If you and your fiance want to get a joint bank account but he has filed bankruptcy in the past will this affect your credit?
It shouldn't impact your credit rating all. However, his bankruptcy will remain on his credit for up to 10 years. If you get married and try to buy a home for example, then his credit rating will affect both of you.
It won't affect your fiance' directly unless you share a loan that you're filing on. Otherwise, s(he) should know that you filed bankruptcy because your credit is going to be negative for quite some time. This could affect your fiance' in time when you have a place together and want or need to finance.
If you file a chapter 7 bankruptcy will it affect your ability to rent an a apartment or own a home and will it affect your fiance?
You bought a car for your fiance and now the wedding is off you need to get rid of the car Can you return the car to the dealer And how will this affect your credit?
If you have bad credit but your fiance has good credit how will you be affected when applying for a mortgage loan?
If your ex fiance owes you a large sum of money and files for bankruptcy can he include you in that bankruptcy and after he is discharged can you sue him for the money?
No, that's the point of filing bankruptcy. Suing him would be in violation ofthe permanent stay against creditors including you. He can have the bankruptcy court stop the suit and allow him attorney's fees and even damages. If you had grounds for objecting to dscharge, you should have filed an objection with the court.
If you bought a car in your name for a fiance and then she left you said she would pay for it and doesnt can you sue her for the money or is bankruptcy the only way because you cant afford it?
you can repo the car from your fiance yourself and try to sell it to get to pay it off,yes you can sue your fiance for the money also,this doesnt mean you will get the money from your fiance,a judgment against someone means nothing unless they are employeed,have assets or someway to pay the judgment ,if she isn't paying for the car how will you collect on the judgment ,by the way it takes months…
My fiance filed chapter 11 bankruptcy and now we want to get married can the court trustee demand more money?
If you want to build your credit more quickly by getting someone with good credit to add your name as an authorized user to their credit card how will this affect their credit?
As long as you pay your bills on time, there should be no affect on their credit at all. I've been monitoring/managing my credit for several years now (got a nasty taste of ID theft) and I can tell you that the simple truth is that there is only one way to build your credit postively, and that's to establish and pay off your credit accounts on time. Just because you have a co-signed loan…
What is the affect of adding your fiance with no credit as an authorized user on credit cards have on my credit score?
Having him as an authorized user on your credit card won't impact your score, however if he uses the card and doesn't pay the bill then your score will be impacted. Being an authorized user is one way to help jump start his credit, but it will impact you if he is responsible for paying the bill and doesn't pay it on time (obviously). Keep in mind that while this will boost his score in…
I am in engaged and my fiance' had a misdemeanor DUI will that affect our ability to rent an apartment?
Difficult to say but, probably not. The landlord is probably more interested in your credit rating. In the event they ask for a copy of your criminal record then, keeping in mind the non-discrimination laws that exist almost everywhere, the decision would have to be made by them. Frankly I wouldn't worry about it , but I wouldn't volunteer the information either.
My ex-fiance and I bought 2 cars together he is primary and I am co-signer for both we are now separated and we will each be keeping our own cars how will i be affected if he doesnt make his payments?
Can I add my fiances name to my deed so he can apply for a home equity line of credit in his name since my credit is poor and I am currently the only name on the mortgage and the deed?
You must ask yourself if you really want to give up your home as collateral for a loan for your fiance. You should consult with an attorney who can review your situation, advise you of your options and explain the consequences. If you have poor credit perhaps you should not be borrowing more money that could result in your losing your home. You must ask yourself if you really want to give up your home…