How does the automatic stay affect child support, alimony and divorce? The automatic stay can protect you from collection of past due child support in a Chapter 13.
Certain categories of debt are never discharged in bankruptcy. Whether certain debts like taxes, student loans or fines are discharged depends on meeting specific requirements.
Filing for bankruptcy protection can help you resolve issues with child support and spousal support. Chapter 13 gives you the ability to pay back child support and spousal support arrears over a 3 to 5 year period.
Bankruptcy can help you set up a repayment plan for back child and spousal support. Chapter 13 can stop aggressive collection efforts for back child and spousal support.
Bankruptcy can help you resolve the arrears from back child support and spousal support. Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows you to pay back child support arrears.
There are two types of debts that you may still owe even after filing bankruptcy. If a creditor does not object to certain debts they will be eliminated.