LENDERS repo cars. Co-owners on the TITLE, take possession. NOT co-signors on the loan, but CO-OWNERS ON THE TITLE.
the answer is yes, Yes mother and daughter can file bankruptcy jointly and also you and your husband will file bankruptcy jointly is still accepted as long as its not same sex marriage.
No. Filing jointly is an election. It may, or may not, be beneficial. If you question the accuracy of what he is reporting, or if he is...as you are required to file your own return no matter what, it is better to do so separately. If you are in a same-sex marriage, then you can file jointly on your federal taxes, but you can only file jointly on your state taxes if your state has legalized same-sex marriage.
No. However, the State can place liens on property jointly held by the obligor and her new spouse.
Than don't for the children's sake.
If it is marital property it is jointly owned and either party can do with it what they like. If it was separate property you are liable for the damages.
you should get a devorce with him!!! i would.
My spouse and I filed 3 weeks after our marriage. I was told that it could be done immediatly.
Whatever you owned before the marriage, you keep title to after the divorce. It should not be considered "community property" because it was not purchased jointly during the marriage.
A public program that is jointly funded jointly administered and jointly determined by both state and national government is an example of cooperative federalism.
Only when the new spouse is applying for credit jointly with the bankrupt partner.
If you mean can a wife and husband file a joint petition, the answer is yes. If you are in a same-sex marriage, probably not, until DOMA is repealed.
There are no perfect rhymes for the word jointly.
Yes, your marriage has to be legally recognized, but some states have common law marriage where you're recognized as legally married without a marriage license. If you became legally married in a common law state, your marriage is recognized federally. It is also recognized by other states that don't have common law marriage if you move to another state after establishing a common law marriage. As long as your common law marriage remains valid and you haven't separated, you can file jointly for federal and state tax purposes. It appears that the following states have common law marriage laws: Alabama, Colorado, Kansas, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Iowa, Montana, Utah, and Texas (and the District of Columbia). If you established a relationship in one of these jurisdictions, you'll want to see if you have a legal marriage under the area's common laws.
No, not if the accounts are separate. Married couples credit ratings are only affected equally when the account is held jointly.
In most countries in Europe that have civil partnerships, they are legally identical to marriage. However, in some countries, civil partners are not allowed to receive government-funded fertility treatments and/or jointly adopt children.
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No. Your credit score is always your own. Your spouse's credit does not affect yours (and vice-versa) unless you apply for credit jointly. However, even if you are extended credit jointly, any late payments or defaulted loans appear on each of your credit scores, and affects your credit scores individually.
No. A joint tax return is a tax return that can only be filed by you and your legal spouse. Filing jointly doesn't create a common law marriage. To create a common law marriage you must check the requirements under your state laws. Very few states recognize common law marriage.To file jointly for state taxes, you must be legally married in your state. If your state recognizes common law marriage andyou have met the state requirements for a common law marriage then you can file a joint state tax return. Same sex couples who live in states that recognize same sex marriage can file a joint state tax return.Once established under state law, a common-law marriageis recognized as a marriage for federal tax purposes. If you have a legal common law marriage in one state and relocate to another state that doesn't recognize common law marriage, your federal status is not affected.Although the federal government bestows married status on couples who establish common law marriages in states that recognize such unions, same sex marriages that are now legally recognized in some states are not recognized by the federal government. For federal tax purposes, a marriage means a legal union only between a man and a woman as husband and wife.
If your common law marriage is recognized in the state where you now live, or in the state where the relationship began, you are considered married for tax purposes. Assuming that you are living with your spouse, you may file as Married Filing Jointly or Married Filing Separately. You may not file as Single or Head of Household.
An individual who purchases a vehicle jointly with a Buyer, and is jointly liable for repayment of the loan.
You have to file Joint, not only have you both co-signed everything but she responsible legally by marriage.
Even if you are not married, you may have a common law marriage by virtue of living together. If you filed a joint return with someone that you are not even living with, that would be strange. Plead insanity.
I suspect you mean if one of you didn't have withholding? It is an option to file jointly or seperately. Any estimated payments, whether done quarterly by the self employed /not employer withheld party, or by the others withholding...any made by either, is applicable to the joint return. Any penalties and interest for underpayment of estimated tax is applicable the same way.
No, Florida is not a community property state. Married couples who do not reside in CP states are only responsible for those debts that are jointly incurred during the marriage.