Yours, Mine and Ours: Counting the Income When the Married Debtor files a Single Petition

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Theoretical Benefits and Administrative Difficulties of Short-Term Saving in Chapter 13

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The Case for Saving in Chapter 13

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The Creditor’s Response

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Attorney Fee Only Plans as a Means to Provide Access to the Courts: Trustee’s Response

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Attorney-Fee Only Chapter 13 Filings from a Creditor’s Perspective

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The “Disguised Chapter 7” in Chapter 13: So What’s Wrong With That?

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