yes. When you became married all asests and liabilities became shared. This one may have bit you.
lot's of people
The spouse would only be responsible if they lived in a community property state. Even then it is doubtful the contract would be valid if there were an attempt to collect the debt.
Absolutely not ! Whether you're single, engaged or married YOU are responsible for your OWN debt ! Even after you get married - your spouse is NOT responsible for debt YOU owe !
if you have a civil wrongful death suit before you are married can your new spouse be held responsible
There is no such relationship as a "half-niece." Your niece is the daughter of your sibling or of the sibling of your spouse. No jurisdiction permits marriage between niece and uncle. You can't marry the daughter of the sibling of your spouse because you are already married to your spouse.
If the two of you are married, I believe you are responsible.
Your nephew is the son of your sibling, or of your spouse's sibling.
yes only if married at the time or unless if their credit cards no
One spouse can file bankruptcy separately and both are held responsible.
They become your spouse's in law's & aunts/uncles to any children they may have already.
yes, if your legally married, then your connected legally to all debts of your spouse.
when you are married and your spouse don't pay his / her medical bills are you responsible for the bills when your name not on the bills and when they call they don't ask for me they ask for him and can they report it to the credit report
No, Kentucky is not a community property state.
If you want to look at her that way there is nothing stopping you, but generally she would not be thought to be related to you. "In-Law" relationships are usually limited to the spouse of your child, the parent of your spouse, the sibling of your spouse and the spouse of your sibling.
If the debt was made when they were still married the answer is yes. STATED BY AUTHOR
Yes because when you get married you are one so your spouse whould be responsible for their debt because that means their in debt to
If you are still legally married, you can be held responsible. That would be the benefit of getting a divorce.
Well either you had a child with your sibling or with your spouse's sibling.
The new spouse is not responsible for the child[ren].
ID SAY THE SPOUSE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DEBT
Your spouse's sibling's son.
The spouse would be their brother/sister in law.
If the account is joint then both spouses are responsible for repayment. If the account was incurred during the marriage and is held by one spouse and the couple live in a community property state both spouse's are responsible for repayment. If the account was incurred during the marriage by only one spouse and the couple does not live in a community property state, only the spouse who is the account holder is responsible for repayment.