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What Happens to Alimony or Child-Support Payments in Bankruptcy in Michigan?

Child support and other domestic support obligations are generally not dischargeable in Michigan Chapter 7  or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. However, such debts may be repaid according to the debtor’s ability to pay based upon his or her actual income over a period of 3-5 years in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Additionally, there may be other factors that may still make a Michigan bankruptcy useful to someone behind in child support or other domestic support payments.

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