Monthly Archives: October 2016
Can “Uncivil” Text Messages Justify a Domestic Violence Injunction?
A domestic violence injunction is supposed to protect someone from the threat of imminent harm. It is not a weapon to be wielded because there was a disagreement or someone made a rash statement. A person may be falsely accused of domestic violence based solely on the accuser’s subjective belief that he or she… Read More »
Can the State Harass Me Over Child Support Payments After a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
Filing for bankruptcy automatically stops—or stays—most efforts to collect debts that you owe pending resolution of your case. But there are several exception to this automatic stay rule. For example, a bankruptcy petition will not stop efforts to collect or enforce child support payments. In fact, since any property that you acquire after filing… Read More »