The BAPCPA recognizes child support payments as financial support that is intended to maintain human life. Therefore, such monetary arrangements are highly prioritized and protected by the court system.
If your ex-spouse files for bankruptcy it is not a reason to worry. Bankruptcy will not eliminate child support payments, nor can it change the monthly amount you’re owed. What it will do is eliminate certain low-priority debt which will make it easier for your ex to make domestic support payments, including child support.
The attorneys of The Orlando Law Group are experts in both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, as well as Family Law. We stand at the ready to assist you through these processes and answer any and all questions you might have. Schedule a consultation today by calling 407.512.4394.
Last Updated on November 2, 2017 by The Orlando Law Group