- 1 Does filing Chapter 13 stop child support payments?
- 2 Are alimony payments dischargeable in bankruptcy?
- 3 How do you get around paying child support?
- 4 How do I know when my Chapter 13 is over?
- 5 Which of the following Cannot be discharged by filing bankruptcy?
- 6 Is alimony protected from creditors?
- 7 What is an automatic stay in bankruptcy?
- 8 What if one parent makes more money than the non custodial parent?
- 9 Why is child support so unfair to fathers?
- 10 Do you have to claim child support on taxes?
- 11 What happens if you win a lot of money while in Chapter 13?
- 12 Does Chapter 13 trustee check your bank account?
- 13 What is a hardship discharge in Chapter 13?
Does filing Chapter 13 stop child support payments?
In Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you can catch up on your missed child support payments. All arrearages must be paid back in full through your Chapter 13 repayment plan, and you must continue to make your ongoing child support payments.
Are alimony payments dischargeable in bankruptcy?
The general rule is that an alimony obligation doesn’t just disappear in bankruptcy. Filing for bankruptcy to avoid an obligation to pay spousal support is a bad idea, because domestic support obligations cannot usually be “discharged” (cancelled or forgiven) in a bankruptcy proceeding.
How do you get around paying child support?
To lower your payments, you will need to file a motion in court to modify your child support payments. You will need to file this motion in the court that issued the initial child support order. Most courts have pre-printed “fill in the blank” motion forms. You can check with the court clerk to see if they have a form.
How do I know when my Chapter 13 is over?
When you log into your account, you will see a month and year in the top right corner. As a general rule, this is a the approximate date as to when your Chapter 13 bankruptcy will finish.
Which of the following Cannot be discharged by filing bankruptcy?
Debts Never Discharged in Bankruptcy Alimony and child support. Certain unpaid taxes, such as tax liens. However, some federal, state, and local taxes may be eligible for discharge if they date back several years. Debts for willful and malicious injury to another person or property.
Is alimony protected from creditors?
Income that is completely protected from creditors Debt collectors and creditors cannot take protected income to repay your debt. But this income is not protected from paying debts like alimony, child support, criminal fines or money you owe the government.
What is an automatic stay in bankruptcy?
An automatic stay is a provision in United States bankruptcy law that temporarily prevents creditors, collection agencies, government entities, and others from pursuing debtors for money that they owe.
What if one parent makes more money than the non custodial parent?
Yes, the non-custodial parent still pays child support even though the custodial parent makes more money. There is basically a formula for calculating child support and the relative incomes of both parents play a part.
Why is child support so unfair to fathers?
Here are all the reasons this is unfair to dads: Child support is built on the presumption that one parent (mothers) care for the children while another (father) pays for them. This shoehorns men and women into sexist roles, with men forced to be the breadwinner.
Do you have to claim child support on taxes?
For the recipients of child support, child support payments you receive may or may not be subject to tax. Generally, you will not need to pay tax on child support payments that you have received. For taxable payments, the tax payable can be deducted by the department before you receive it.
What happens if you win a lot of money while in Chapter 13?
If you receive an inheritance or cash gift during your Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you may have to pay more into your plan. If you receive an inheritance or cash gift while in Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you might be required to amend your repayment plan and increase what you pay to unsecured creditors.
Does Chapter 13 trustee check your bank account?
The trustee is entitled to audit your bank accounts. It may happen randomly, or it may happen because you’ve tipped off the trustee’s suspicions. If they think you’re committing any kind of fraud, you may expect them to take a closer look at your assets.
What is a hardship discharge in Chapter 13?
The Chapter 13 hardship discharge only wipes out dischargeable, nonpriority, unsecured debts. Since the Chapter 13 bankruptcy filer is no longer making their payments, they can’t catch up on missed mortgage payments, car payments, or pay off nondischargeable priority debts.