I think I didn’t ask former question understandably–
If someone declares bankruptcy post-divorce, is it the bankruptcy court that determines how much of your
alimony, child support, and other provisions of the settlement you can afford to pay? Is it possible, due to the way bankruptcies work, that alimony, CS, etc. is at a lower priority (due to other creditors) than other debt and, therefore, goes unpaid? Who monitors for improvement in your financial situation and determines if and when you can afford to pay more?