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What to do about past due child support

If you've fallen behind on child support, your ex-spouse has the option of going to court and try to have you incarcerated for not following the judge's order.

Past due child support can be one of the most difficult problems you'll ever face. If you've fallen behind on child support, your ex-spouse is very upset with you, and he or she has the option of going to court and try to have you incarcerated for not following the judge's order.

One of the ways to cure this problem is by filing a Chapter 13 Reorganization under the Bankruptcy Code. Let's say you are $6,000 behind in child support. You could cure that arrearage by paying $100 a month for 60 months in a Chapter 13. You'd also have to continue to pay your regular child support.

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