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If your mother is on SSI and you take care of her in your house and she is maxing her credit cards and will not be able to pay the 20k debt what is going to happen to her and does it affect you?

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2005-10-29 01:57:18
2005-10-29 01:57:18

All Social Security benefits are exempt from any legal action that pertains to creditor debt. Although making charges on accounts when the person knows they are not going to be able to pay is a very bad idea. Unless you are a joint account holder with your mother you bear no responsibility for her use of the cards or for the debt she incurs. What will happen to her is difficult to determine, it is possible that creditors will file a lawsuit to attempt to recover monies owed.

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