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If you agreed to split property in the divorce and your husband stops paying for his car what can you do to keep yourself from being charged for it?


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2015-07-15 19:40:37
2015-07-15 19:40:37

The divorce decree has NOTHING to do with the contract between the lender and whomever signed it. IF your name is on the contract, you will be responsible for the balance due until it is paid in full or discharged by B/K. The first thing to TRY is get possession of the car and sell it.

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Your divorce agreement or decree is valid only between you and your husband. The creditor still can look to you to recover the amount if you are otherwise liable for it. Your new husband may be able to protect himself if he keeps his sole management community property separate from you. To protect yourself, you need to have your assets only in exempt property, which varies from state to state. Bank accounts typically are not exempt.

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If your ex-husband has an interest in the property then he must sign the deed. You need to review your divorce decree to determine if there are any provisions that would affect the sale of the property.If your ex-husband has an interest in the property then he must sign the deed. You need to review your divorce decree to determine if there are any provisions that would affect the sale of the property.If your ex-husband has an interest in the property then he must sign the deed. You need to review your divorce decree to determine if there are any provisions that would affect the sale of the property.If your ex-husband has an interest in the property then he must sign the deed. You need to review your divorce decree to determine if there are any provisions that would affect the sale of the property.


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