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Asked on: 7/09/99, 12:57 am

child support arrearages and bankruptcy

Man gets sued for paternity/support. No previous support, marriage or paternity established or claimed. According to the Visness vs ?? case "Child Support Arrearages" as California law terms them -are- discharagable in bankruptcy because they cannot be "support" because there was no paternity established at the time that these arrearages are supposed to cover. Are there any other cases supporting this idea in Bankruptcy court and/or support cases.

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