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Can my ex-husband escape paying for child support and alimony by filing for bankruptcy?

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Can my ex-husband escape paying for child support and alimony by filing for bankruptcy?

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The Bankruptcy Code attempts to protect the rights of children and former spouses to collect support. Any support whether it is called family support, alimony, or child support, the Bankruptcy Code makes it non-dischargeable in bankruptcy. The spouse who receives the support does not have to file any types of proofs of claims or objections to the Bankruptcy Court to enforce her rights to continue to receive support. In most cases, once a debtor files for bankruptcy, all creditors must stop all actions to collect their debts. This block is called an “automatic stay.” The automatic stay stops all foreclosures, garnishments, bank levies, and creditors from calling you at all hours of the night. The automatic stay does not apply to the enforcement of the collection of child support or alimony. These types of obligations have a super priority under the Bankruptcy Code.

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The Bankruptcy Code attempts to protect the rights of children and former spouses to collect support. Any support, whether it is called family support, alimony, or child support, is made non-dischargeable in bankruptcy by the Bankruptcy Code. The spouse who receives the support does not have to file any type of proofs of claims or objections to the Bankruptcy Court to enforce her rights to continue to receive support. In most cases, once a debtor files for bankruptcy, all creditors must stop all actions to collect their debts. This block is called an “automatic stay.” The automatic stay stops all foreclosures, garnishments, bank levies, and creditors from calling you at all hours of the night. The automatic stay does not apply to the enforcement of the collection of child support or alimony. These types of obligations have a super priority under the Bankruptcy Code. 3. My child support and alimony are deducted from my former husband’s paycheck. Will this garnishment stop if my husband

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Regine Kelly

Very useful information here.

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The Bankruptcy Code attempts to protect the rights of children and former spouses to collect support. Any support whether it is called family support, alimony, or child support, the Bankruptcy Code makes it non-dischargeable in bankruptcy. The spouse who receives the support does not have to file any types of proofs of claims or objections to the Bankruptcy Court to enforce her rights to continue to receive support. In most cases, once a debtor files for bankruptcy, all creditors must stop all actions to collect their debts. This block is called an “automatic stay.” The automatic stay stops all foreclosures, garnishments, bank levies, and creditors from calling you at all hours of the night. The automatic stay does not apply to the enforcement of the collection of child support or alimony. These types of obligations have a super priority under the Bankruptcy Code. 3. My child support and alimony are deducted from my former husband’s paycheck. Will this garnishment stop if my husband fi

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The Bankruptcy Code attempts to protect the rights of children and former spouses to collect support. Any support whether it is called family support, alimony, or child support, the Bankruptcy Code makes it non-dischargeable in bankruptcy. The spouse who receives the support does not have to file any types of proofs of claims or objections to the Bankruptcy Court to enforce her rights to continue to receive support. In most cases, once a debtor files for bankruptcy, all creditors must stop all actions to collect their debts. This block is called an “automatic stay.” The automatic stay stops all foreclosures, garnishments, bank levies, and creditors from calling you at all hours of the night. The automatic stay does not apply to the enforcement of the collection of child support or alimony. These types of obligations have a super priority under the Bankruptcy Code. 3. My child support and alimony are deducted from my former husbands paycheck. Will this garnishment stop if my husband fil

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