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Recent Posts in Divorce Category

Solving the Child/Spousal Support Dilemma

If you fall behind on child or spousal support in California, you can be hit by some super aggressive collection actions by your ex-spouse or support enforcement agency. Those actions can't be ...
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Bankruptcy's Benefits and Limits for Stopping Child and Spousal Support Collections

The rules are clear. Chapter 7 does not help much with support obligations (other than freeing up more of your money to pay it). But Chapter 13 can help tremendously. Regular, Monthl y Supp ort ...
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Two Types of Debts You May Still Owe After Bankruptcy

Non Dischargeable Debts in Bankruptcy Most debts ARE legally written off ("discharged") in bankruptcy. But let's clear up some likely confusion about certain debts that might not be discharged. There ...
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Solving Child and Spousal Support Debt Problems in California through Bankruptcy

Child Support and Spousal Support If you are behind in your support payments, you owe a very special kind of debt. It may surprise you to hear that even this debt can be tamed through bankruptcy. ...
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Does My Husband/Wife Have to File Bankruptcy with Me?

Once of the biggest concerns for married couples is: Does my spouse have to file bankruptcy with me? Do we have to file bankruptcy together? The answer is: No there is no requirement that married ...
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Community Discharge Protects Non-Filing Spouse

One of the greatest benefits that bankruptcy affords a non-filing spouse in California is the community discharge protection. When one spouse files for bankruptcy in California the non-filing spouse ...
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Are Attorney's Fees from a Divorce Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?

A lot of the clients that come in to our office have not only experienced a loss of a job, illness or disability, but many times they are in the process of either getting a divorce or have already ...
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Are Property Settlement Agreements Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?

If you have been through a divorce and there was some assets involved then chances are that you entered into a property settlement agreement. As part of your agreement you may have had to provide a ...
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Can Bankruptcy Get Rid of Divorce Debt from a Hold Harmless Clause?

What happens when you agree to pay the debt of your ex-wife or ex-husband as part of your divorce decree? What if you can't pay the debt and you want to file for bankruptcy. Can you get rid of the ...
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