By Robin R. Randolph*
Chapter 13 bankruptcy seems to have received more attention for its failures than for its successes.1 Critics have characterized it as an outright failure,2 a pretend solution,3 and a system of rough justice.4 Scholars have called for its repeal.5 Bankruptcy attorneys have paired it with failure in their blogs.6 According to the audited annual reports of . . .
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