Latest News 2014 February Archdiocese of Milwaukee Exiting Bankruptcy

Archdiocese of Milwaukee Exiting Bankruptcy

The Archdiocese of Milwaukee has reportedly announced that they plan to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy. According to reports, the church has plans to file a reorganization plan with the courts. It is reported that once the judge confirms a plan, a $4 million fund will not only provide a plan that will allow them to emerge from bankruptcy, but it will establish a lifetime therapy fund for clergy abuse survivors with eligible claims.

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