Month: November 2014

WHY CAN’T YOU JUST FILE BANKRUPTCY TO END YOUR CHILD SUPPORT DEBT?

Many non-custodial parents (NCPs) have been tempted to wipe away their child support debt through bankruptcy, but they soon realize bankruptcy law does not treat all debts the same. Some debt, like child support debt, is prioritized above other forms of debt, meaning they are considered more important than other debts and cannot be discharged …

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