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Determining child support during a bankruptcy hearing

A client of the office who is in a bankruptcy process, asked the court to decide the amount of child support he is required to pay during the proceeding. The family court ruled 5 years ago in his case, that he has to pay NIS 6,000 a month. This amount was paid during 4 years, until the client started his bankruptcy case. After several requests and responds by the debtor (the client), his ex-wife, the special administrator (the trustee) and The Administrator General and the Official Receiver, the honorable bankruptcy court got convinced that the appropriate payment was enforced for the entire bankruptcy process and it should be NIS 2,800 and no more, and that was the ruling.

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Determining child support during a bankruptcy hearing

Tzvi Szajnbrum, Attorney at Law