So, if child support that was in arrears and at the time of filing, that was never expected to be paid to the Debtor was indeed payed in full, $40,000, as was 15,000 for future support , the 40,000 is then deemed to have no value to the court even though a lein for said amount was placed on and collected by debtor from an Estate that was in Probate in CA.
It is closed. The Value was Disclosed. The Payment was received prior to the case being closed,there is nothing in the court documents that reflects this fact. Is this a potential problem if it is now disclosed?
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