What Happens When The Parent Paying Child Support Goes Bankrupt?

As the economy rises and falls and given some of the difficulties the world has faced recently, it is not surprising that some people find themselves facing bankruptcy. This becomes a greater problem if that person is liable to pay child support, and this is when the advice of a family lawyer will be crucial in helping to steer a path forward.

There is no denying that regardless of which side of the fence each parent is on when the one that pays the child support is about to declare themselves bankrupt, it is likely to be a stressful time for both of them.

There may already be situation that due to their increasingly desperate financial situation the parent paying child support has already accrued arrears. Obviously, the level to which the parent still communicate may have at least meant that the other parent was aware of the situation.