Can Bankruptcy Stop Child Support in California?
Types of Bankruptcy in CA There are many different types of bankruptcies that can be filed by individual debtors or even business entities. Some examples include:
Chapter 7 (Liquidation, straight bankruptcy)
Chapter 9 (Municipal bankruptcy)
Chapter 11 (Reorganization)
Chapter 12 (Family farmer bankruptcy, family fisherman bankruptcy)
Chapter 13 (Reorganization, wage earner plan)
Chapter 15 (Ancillary bankruptcy)
Chapter 20 (Colloquial term for Chapter 7 followed by Chapter 13) Together, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 account for the majority of bankruptcy cases in California, followed by Chapter 11. Therefore, our Roseville Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyers will focus primarily on Chapter 7, 11, and 13 in this article.