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Can the bankruptcy court take the child tax credit or earned income from your taxes?

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This would depend on what type of chapter you are filing and at what point it is discharged. If you have already been discharged from the debt then the answer is no. If not, you should have had to provide copies of previous tax returns and this issue would be brought up during the hearing.
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