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  1. Not unless you refinance the debt into both of your names or ends up being mandated...would vary from State to State and division of marital assets and debt . In general, the debt belongs to who or whomever signed...

    19 Answers · Family & Relationships · 31/10/2006

  2. ... my case, I took ALL the debt on just cause I didn't want my credit ...whatever you both can part with and the money for that will go to the debt . Have as much written down as to what each person...

    18 Answers · Family & Relationships · 08/11/2007

  3. ...interest to ask the judge to modify your divorce decree stating that any debt incurred after the filing date will be the individual party's responsibility...

    3 Answers · Family & Relationships · 10/01/2010

  4. Talk to the collection agency and come up with a plan of action. Your best bet is that or apply for money through AER... they can guide you any other place if it need be. Read you later.

    9 Answers · Family & Relationships · 05/08/2008

  5. ...responsible for it. But you are responsible for your half. The debts accrued during marriage, just like assetts accrued , they are split, like...

    4 Answers · Family & Relationships · 16/01/2013

  6. ... name are your responsibility (legally). However, if debt accrued on the cards with your name was used for both of you...

    11 Answers · Family & Relationships · 28/12/2008

  7. who knows what the IRS can do, they might say that ur responsible for the interest from 2008 untill its paid

    4 Answers · Family & Relationships · 23/05/2009

  8. No. Any debt accrued prior to the marriage is soley your responsibility.

    4 Answers · Family & Relationships · 12/06/2008

  9. Yes you can file ... and is there anyway you can prove she opened them in your name without you knowing ? If you can you may not have to pay them, they would go after her for the money.

    4 Answers · Family & Relationships · 27/08/2010

  10. ...if this will help, but in wisconsin, yes, the creditor can go after the spouse even if the debt was accrued by the other and the account was in an individual account, not joint....that's...

    5 Answers · Family & Relationships · 17/10/2006

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