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State of IL put a lien on my bank account, I am unemployed and had enough money to pay rent and eat? Can I file a complaint to g

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In addition It was suggested by Illinois Child Support that I file a motion and go in front of a judge and request a reduction 3 times in Chicago I was ignored and denied a reduction even though I provided proof of being unemployed.

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You could stop the lien, free up your bank account, and pay back the child support in a Chapter 13. It would be much simpler than the course you are on now. You would however have to have a source of income.

I would be happy to discuss this matter with you.

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