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      01-15-2013, 10:20 AM   #294
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Originally Posted by persian54 View Post
Bankruptcy won't get rid of it?

What if you got "fired"? and since the economy is quite bad at the moment, you're unable to find another job.
I am not sure how Bankruptcy can help you as I never considered it as an option. You should ask a lawyer about it.

Getting fired does not remove the alimony obligation as many people try get themselves fired to avoid alimony. Even if you get fired unintentionally and files a case to stop the alimony, you are still obligated to make your alimony payments until court decides. And it is very unlikely that the court will remove the alimony obligation based on the numbers my lawyer told me. In other words, loosing your job while paying alimony is A LOT worse than loosing your job when you are not paying alimony You get f***ed badly!!!
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