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If you are the co-buyer on a vehicle with your spouse and you are considering a divorce what can you do to protect your credit?


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2015-07-16 19:21:40
2015-07-16 19:21:40

The only way to be sure is to make the payments. Even if the court orders your ex-husband to make the payments, that doesn't mean that he will.

You should consider getting some other credit going on your own now, while you still have good credit. This will help if you have to re-build your credit on your own.

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