No. The reason creditors are not controlled by divorce court orders is the fact that creditors are not parties to the divorce case. The creditor will have had no voice in the decision of who is to pay what, and it wouldn’t be fair for a court to be able to change the rights of someone who wasn’t allowed to have their say in the case.
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