If you have become delinquent in your payment of taxes, child support or alimony, a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is a great way to pay these back with monthly payments that are fit within your budget.
Whether you are behind to the IRS, state tax department, or city/county taxes, Chapter 13 will protect you from the collection actions of all of these tax creditors and allow us to put together a plan to pay them back with monthly payments that are affordable to you, allowing you up to 5 years to do so. While most newer tax debts are not dischargeable in bankruptcy, we may be able to have some of your older tax debts discharged by only paying a fraction of what you owe.
Child Support and Alimony
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy provides an excellent vehicle for you to pay your delinquent child support and alimony payments under a plan that we prepare for you based on your budget. If your support payments are being administered by a child support enforcement agency, we will work with the agency to make sure the plan we propose will satisfy its concerns.