Hi, thanks for your question. You should hire a lawyer for specific legal advice. No attorney client relationship is created here.
It won't have any affect.
Domestic support obligations like this are not dischargeable in the bankruptcy case.
You are telling the court that you don't have the income to pay.
The court will consider your current income and expenses, and then determine how much a month, if any you should be paying.
The debt payment will be removed from your budget once you file, so that will be the only factor involved.
do you have any questions ?
do you have experience in terms of what happens if the court determines that I cant pay
my current income is limited to the 2400/month unemployement.
but that is only temporary. after that ends, my only income potential short of a new job will be social security
They may set a status to see what your income will go to
sorry - what does "set a status" mean?
i have a job offer as an independent sales agent - commission only- where i may start earning commissions in a few months
but difficult to know what i will actually earn
The court could continue your hearing so to speak and have you report back
that way they can determine income if it may be changing
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