Tag : Family Law and Bankruptcy

Get a Free Ride Through Bankruptcy When Your Spouse Files Alone

Family Law and Bankruptcy

Here’s the case: A debtor’s discharge in bankruptcy would not do her much good if her prepetition creditors could still garnish her wages to pay their claims. The creditor in this case has a creative theory for doing just that: he argues that her discharge did not affect his claim against her husband, that her […]

Am I Liable For My Spouse’s Debts?

Chapter 13, Chapter 7, Discharge Injunction, Family Law and Bankruptcy

     Chances are the answer is going to be a YES. The relationship between married persons and creditors is separated by individual or joint debt. Individuals are personally liable for their debts and may be jointly liable with others for their debts. See Division 9 of the Code of Civil Procedure; CCP Section 680.010 et […]

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