Dick Martin in Wikipedia
Should've been taken care of 10 years ago.
About 70 to 80 percent of those who could've filed before can still file without worrying about whether their income levels are too high for Chapter 7. The fallout is with people with higher incomes.
It's not like there are wrecks or anything like that. It's just that the traffic is not moving.
The whole theory of the new law is to see how to improve people's ability to repay creditors. There's got to be a balance between relieving debt and allowing creditors to collect.
Honestly it's the kids that made us successful. They had a good outlook, and we made it fun.
Everybody scored points for us. Our depth was very good.
We're going to focus on the positive and forget the negative. The foundation is there.
The United States is a nation of laws: badly written and randomly enforced