Get relief from what can be the most dangerous kind of debt. Support enforcement is very powerful. Fight back with something even stronger.
Chapter 7 “straight bankruptcy” doesn’t stop aggressive collection of back support. But Chapter 13 does, and protects you while you catch up.
Chapter 13 âadjustment of debtsâ has a special way of helping with your support obligation. How about Chapter 7?
No. The bankruptcy court respects and doesn’t change the support decisions of your divorce court. But bankruptcy can still help.
If you fall behind on support payments, it MIGHT make sense to file bankruptcy right when you can afford to begin making them again.
Here’s some good news if you are behind on child or spousal support, and are being relentlessly chased on that debt. Or are about to be.
Chapter 7 “straight bankruptcy” does not stop aggressive collections by your ex-spouse or support enforcement. But Chapter 13 does.
Bankruptcy provides limited but at the same time extraordinary help with support obligations.
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