FACING JAIL OR A LICENSE SUSPENSION FOR CHILD SUPPORT?If you are struggling to make child support payments because of other overwhelming debts, filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection may help your financial situation. Though support payments generally cannot be discharged through bankruptcy, there are several ways that filing bankruptcy can help you.By filing a case under the Bankruptcy Code, you may relieve yourself of those debts (if you fit the criteria and file for Chapter 7) or lower those debts (if you file for Chapter 13 which requires you to repay some or all of your debt), freeing your income to pay your child support. HOW BANKRUPTCY AFFECTS CHILD SUPPORT DELINQUENCYIf your driver’s license has been taken away or if a warrant has been issued for your arrest due to unpaid child support filing a case under the Bankruptcy Code will allow you to regain your license and stop an arrest for non-payment.Although a Chapter 13 repayment plan will not allow you to modify your existing child support payment amount, it will allow you take any amount that you have fallen behind on and place that into a 60 month repayment plan. This allows you to get back on your feet without worrying about being thrown in jail or unable to drive to work.If you are constantly spending money that you don’t have on family law attorney fees to right arrest warrants and license suspensions call us and we can show you how to get back on track and focus on your future!Contact us today at 404-919-7296 or fill in the contact information below to explore your options. Schedule a FREE consultation with an Atlanta bankruptcy attorney.Most Clients File with our $0 Down Plan! Schedule AppointmentYour Situation is Not Hopeless!Facing an arrest warrant for unpaid support?Trying to recover from a nasty custody fight?Is your pay check being garnishment?Behind on support payments and being threatened with court?Can't afford family law attorney fees anymore fighting over support?Has your license been suspended for non-payment?Saedi Law Group, located in Atlanta, Georgia, serves the cities of Atlanta, Newnan, Gainesville, Rome, Marietta, Duluth, Jonesboro, Decatur, Buckhead, Sandy Springs, Tucker, Stone Mountain, Lawrenceville, Roswell, Norcross, Alpharetta, Dunwoody, Conyers, Lithonia, Stockbridge, Douglasville, Peachtree City, Smyrna, Kennesaw, and Forest Park, as well as Fulton County, DeKalb County, Cobb County, Gwinnett County, Henry County, Clayton County, Fayette County, Forsyth County, Cherokee County, Douglas County, Newton County, Rockdale County, Hall County, and Floyd County, GA.We invite you to contact us either online or by phone at 404-919-7296 to schedule a free confidential consultation to review your personal financial situation and what options we can provide to protect you from creditors. For additional information about bankruptcy please also check out our YouTube Channel which has up to date vlogs on issues related to personal bankruptcy.