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If your husband has a civil judgment on his credit report and it stays on your credit file for 7 years but if it has not been satisfied what happens when the seven years has been completed?

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2006-01-05 04:08:02
2006-01-05 04:08:02

Depending on the state you live in, judgments can be renewed. If the person entitled to the judgment doesn't try to collect or renew, when the judgment expires, you should probably contact your court clerk to find out how to get it removed from all records.

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What a good question you have, how can we keep our husband satisfied and faithful. To me the way to keep your husband satisfied and faithful is by talking to him. We all know their needs but most of the times husband do not realize that wives also have needs, so exchange thought with each other about what you like and at the same time, he might realize that he also needs to do his part.

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because she is not satisfied in her own thing

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In the state of Texas, if there are no children, the judgement stands, and the amount of the judgement would be handed down to the father, if he is the husband's only heir. This can however be taken to court and disputed.

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If you have a lien it will have to be satisfied at time of sale to clear title.

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If the title to real property is vested in a entireties estate, a money judgment would only attach if it is against BOTH the husband and the wife UNLESS the judgment is a Federal Tax Lien.

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It is his choice, if he wants, he can. But the wife should be satisfied with it too.

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I would say it means that you are not entirely satisfied with your marriage.

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If the husband was not liable for the debt, then his wages cannot be garnished to collect on the judgment. The judgment is against the person who incurred the debt.

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In this case, a wife is not responsible for a judgment made against the husband prior to the marriage. She may want to help clear up this date in case there are joint credit situations.

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No. Not unless the creditor can prove the debt was for items you both used.

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Uh oh. Looks like he's not satisfied. Are you? It's play time, babe.

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Anybody can sue anybody for anything...However, unless you live in a community property state, your husband is not liable for any debt that he did not sign up for.IMPORTANT: if a creditor or collection agency does commence any legal action against your husband who is not legally a party to the debt, then your husband will have to defend himself otherwise the creditor can obtain a default judgment against your husband.A default judgment can happen if your husband fails to answer the law suit.The court will simply find your husband in default for failure to respond and enter a judgment against him in favor of the creditor.The creditor can then begin to garnish earnings or attach any other assets that can be located.If your husband is not legally obligated to pay the debt, then the best first thing to do is to send the collection agency a letter and communicate that fact to them.The above information should not be construed as offering legal advice.

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Islam teachings allow the Muslim woman to divorce her husband mainly if:he is incapable practicing the proper sexual intercourse,he has a character or morals that she is not satisfied with, and/orhe is unable to gain her respect to him and/or pride of him

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A civil suit judgment is against the person who is named in the lawsuit. Unless there are extenuating circumstances, the wife would not be liable for the payment.

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No - having sex with anyone who is not your lawful husband or wife is a major sin.

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beats me,speaking of "beats" that is what she would probably do to both her and her husband.


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