Carson, California is a city with a population of nearly 92,000 residents. Its motto is Future Unlimited. It is the newest municipality in Los Angeles County, only having been formed in 1968. There are seventeen elementary schools in Carson.

The average household income of Carson is $60,457, which is noticeably higher than the national average. Unfortunately, the higher cost of living in Los Angeles County means that even those earning this amount are sometimes unable to make ends meet. They frequently turn to Carson bankruptcy attorneys to help them eliminate their old debts and start anew. Part of the process of filing with a Carson bankruptcy attorney is taking a credit counseling course, during which those filing learn how to avoid similar situations in the future.

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The local government has successfully maintained a positive budget. They typically end the year with an excess of nearly $15,000,000 after covering all of their expenditures. Their asset to liability ratio is also very good, standing at approximately six to one. This has allowed the city to invest heavily in a modern public transportation system, known as the Carson Circuit. Many rely on the service as they are unable or unwilling to invest in their own vehicle. Interestingly, those who do have a vehicle may be able to keep it under certain circumstances after filing for bankruptcy. Speaking with a Carson bankruptcy attorney is the best way to learn the specifics of this option.

Major sporting events in Carson are limited to Major League Soccer games. Both the Los Angeles Galaxy and the C.D. Chivas USA teams play at the Home Depot Center. The Galaxy has won four championships, while the Chivas USA have not yet won a single one.

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