Month: February 2019

Financial support for children is of primary importance, and Kentucky gives child support obligations priority in any bankruptcy proceeding. Filing for Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 personal bankruptcy will not discharge child support arrearages or put a stop to a payee’s obligation to continue monthly payments. It is very important for child support, as well as alimony payments, to continue throughout bankruptcy proceedings. If court-ordered support stops, it can lead to garnished wages and other consequences, including suspension of the driver’s license or even incarceration. Note that if a Kentucky bankruptcy filer lacks resources to […]