By Mark C. Leffler and Emily Connor Fort, Boleman Law Firm
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Since 1984, when Congress created the disposable income test to distinguish the debtor’s ability-to-pay from the highly subjective arena of good faith, the primary battleground over the proper level of flexibility in Chapter 13 has been centered on the intersection of §1325(b) and §1329 . . .
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