(Reprinted with permission: https://www.dailyjournal.com/)
By M. Jonathan Hayes, Resnik Hayes, Moradi LLP (Los Angeles)
I met with my best friend Jim King, consumer bankruptcy attorney extraordinaire, during the Thanksgiving break in 2014, several weeks before his untimely death. We met at his office in Glendale to do his oral history. Somewhere in there I told him he could borrow my Elder Wand and use it to get Congress to make some changes in the Bankruptcy Code. He said, "well, the first thing is to get rid of that stupid means test."
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