Peter Francis Geraci shares thoughts on Chicago Cubs, and bankruptcy

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If you were hoping to read a Peter Francis Geraci take on the Chicago Cubs’ exit from the postseason, with a bankruptcy slant, you’re dreams have come true.

The lawyer, of television fame, posted the below message to his website on Thursday.

Via Geraci:

The Chicago Cubs season is over. They were swept by the New York Mets and the prophecy from Back to the Future 2 did not come true. The Chicago Cubs club hit the reset button with new management, players and a plan for the future. Their fresh started ended a couple of games too soon but well. Bankruptcy can be your fresh start. The Cubs franchise was failing and needed help. If you are struggling with debt, maybe this could be your year. Peter Francis Geraci is a Chicago legend like the North side team. If you are considering bankruptcy, file with the man you know. A bankruptcy with Geraci Law will eliminate the stress that comes with owing. Don’t let the fear of bankruptcy be your goat, black cat or Steve Bartmann.

Poor Steve “Bartmann.”

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