Filed ch.13 bankruptcy for an amount of child support arrears that differed from the amount the LA County Court Trustee's office but they did NOT contest your amount in court. Was their amount void?
You CANNOT get relief from child support in bankruptcy. There is nothing for them to contest...no reduction in what you owe is allowed. Out of the courts jurisdiction.
I feel so sorry for your kids, getting stuck with a parent that is obviously bankrupt in more ways than financial.
yes, even if no arrears exist see links below The State should not be taking your tax refund if you are current. (Making the court-ordered payments on an arrearage doesn't mean you're current). Before the State intercepts a tax refund or other payment, it sends advance notice. If you're current, you need to contest that notice as soon as you receive it.
You file bankruptcy on everything you owe and everything you own can be used to pay. (With some very minor exceptions, like you diner table). You do not pick and choose what you file to discharge on. Credit card issuers sometimes challenge the discharge of their debt in bankruptcy by filing an adversary proceeding claiming that the debt was incurred by fraud and therefore should be excluded from the discharge under §523(a)(2). This is sometimes…
The word 'contest' is both a noun (contest, contests) and a verb (contest, contests, contesting, contested). The noun 'contest' is a singular, common, abstract noun; a word for an instance in which two or more people or groups are competing; a competition; a word for a thing. The noun forms of the verb to contest are contestant and the gerund, contesting.
No, the noun 'contest' is a common noun, a general word for a struggle for superiority or victory between rivals; a competition; a word for any contest of any kind. A proper noun is the name or title of a specific person, place, or thing; for example: National Geographic Photo Contest 2013 Contest Lane, Haymarket, VA or Contest Road, Paducah, KY "Contest", a novel by Matthew Reilly
Yes, the noun contest is an abstract noun, a word for a concept. You can see people participating in a contest, you can touch the objects of the contest, you will hear the contestants or the crowd cheering them on, you may be able to smell or even taste something in the contest, but you can't do any of these things with the contest itself. You can't feel, see, touch, smell, or taste the sadness.