By Sidney H. Scheinberg with the assistance of Alexander T. Renfro, law clerk.
Both the Trustee and Debtor articles brought interesting perspectives to the table on this issue and have raised points which are incredibly important to consider, even from the more or less disconnected perspective of the Trustee. While the position of the creditor remains unchanged in that attorney fee only Chapter 13 plans or disguised Chapter 7 plans have little to no economic effect on the creditor and are thus not a pertinent issue for creditor consideration, a few points are worth discussing.
First, the . . .
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