It would depend on what is listed in the divorce decree. If the medical bills were for a child, more than likely both parents are responsible for 50% of the medical bill. If the medical bill was incurred by one spouse, the court may not recognize that as community property and make it responsibility of the debt-incurring party.
Very likely, yes. In general, spouses have a duty to support one another, which gives the hospital the right to pursue you for unpaid bills.
the one responsible for medical bills, i think its the one who was responsible before the divorce process commenced......
The estate has to close out all debts. That is one of the reasons to establish an estate, to show that there are no assets and there is no way to resolve the debts.
Not ususally for just one. If you have a whole bunch of unpaid parking tickets, you might.
One can find information on medical bills at various places such as governmental websites. Some other places that provide information on medical bills are websites such as Mymedicalnegotiator, Healthit, Hopkinsmedicine, Humanservices, and Infotoday.
in terms of my country, medical bills are paid at the time when one is sick and is accessing medical attention within the institution offering the needed service...but if by law in ones country you are specified as for how long you have to pay medical bills, you have no choice but to obey the law...
It is unlikely that a tax refund would be garnished for past due medical bills. Generally refunds can only be garnished for certain things, and medical bills really aren't one. Tax refunds are garnished in instances of: child support arrearages past due federal tax past due state income tax unpaid federal student loans government program repayments However, if you deposit it into an account that they have the right to garnish, the funds lose their identity as a tax refund.
I would say that the chances for one or both is good.
Bankruptcy is about the only way, although you could technically pay them or consolidate them (into one loan, which you then pay back).
If no provisions were set up during the divorce proceedings, medical bills would revert to the person receiving treatment.
No , if you do it you will be taken to the jail straight , after one day judge will free you but you have no right to go out of Dubai till you pay your debt