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How Do I Get My Ex-Husband to Pay The Attorney Fees He Owes Me? – Michelle

“Dear Steve,

I have been divorced for 2 years and my ex has decided to file a chapter 13 to avoid going to jail over 11k of back child support. He was also court ordered to pay back all attorney fees to me after the divorce and has failed to do so. Child support recovery has taken over the child support part but I want my money back for the divorce.

Can I issue a claim againist him for the attorney fees and if so how do I do this?

Michelle”

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How Do I Get My Ex Husband to Pay The Attorney Fees He Owes Me?   Michelle

Dear Michelle,

You will need to contact a local attorney that is licensed in your state to understand what the process is an if you have to sue him to recover money he owes you.

Please post your responses and follow-up messages to me on this in the comments section below.

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