I am sorry that you are going through this you have two remedies and i suggest that the first one starts in the probate court as a contempt and then work with your civil attny if you chose that route.
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The question of discharge of a domestic obligation in bankruptcy can be a difficult and complex one. I strongly recommend discussing this with your domestic attorney and an experienced bankruptcy attorney.
You need to do more than just go to the 341 creditor's meeting. You need to file a objection to the discharge of this debt because it arises from a divorce decree. If your motion is granted then your portion of the debt will be excluded from the bankruptcy.