Avoidance of Liens Security Debts Incurred in Divorce Proceeding
Section 522(f)(1) of the Bankruptcy Code provides as follows:
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NOT AN ESCAPE -- Bankruptcy is not a way to avoid alimony, child support, repayment of student loans, repayment for criminal restitution, or outflank a settlement agreement. These obligations cannot be discharged by bankruptcy.
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