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.
No, having her listed as an authorized user will have no impact on your credit score.
It will affect her credit if she executed the mortgage along with her husband. If her name is not on the mortgage or the property then it will not affect her credit. She should consult with an attorney who can review the situation and determine what her options are. Perhaps the bank would accept a deed from the heirs in lieu of foreclosure.
where the story happen the aged mother
American Indian affect it and it was a mother and sexy mother too.
As such this will not affect the pregnancy adversely. But then this has got got direct adverse effects on the mother.
Then the baby will be affected. The fetus always takes nourishment first but if there is not enough it can affect the growth and development.
Provided the mother had enough available credit on the card yes. Incidentally, the mother would have to be the one that called her credit card company to action it.
Your mother's estate is responsible for her credit card debt.
Yes. Even if your mother is making the payments, the fact that you co-signed will appear on your credit report. Her payment record will affect your credit. Even if the payment history is good, it could affect how much a lender is willing to finance for you because you are still "on the hook" for another property (even though you are "just" the co-signer). They may not lend you all you ask for or quite as much as you could get without that other note being part of your financial profile.
My mother used her credit card to pay for the purchase. They have good credit.
if 1 food chain is broken then it can affect the whole ecosystem which can eventually destroy our mother earth!!!!!
In general, no, having a card on his mother's account will not go on his credit report, for good or bad. If the student gets a credit card with the account in his own name, possibly with his mother co-signing, that will go on his credit history.
To answer your question: No, the credit of one spouse will not effect the credit of the other in any way. The only time the credit of one spouse will effect that of the other is when both open a joint loan, or joint credit account, in which case those specific accounts will be reported to both of your credit histories. That's it! :o) Hope this answers your question. the last answer is correct. I would just like to add that as a stay at home mother with a husband with bad credit, I am severly affected. His bad credit is 6-10 years old, my credit is immaculate. We can not get a car or a house on credit, we have to pay cash for everything. we can not use my "perfect" credit because I do not work. We can not get approved jointly, and he can not get approved alone because of his horrible credit(even though he makes more than 100,000 a year). If you marry into bad credit it does not affect your score, but it may affect your life.
Generally, the younger the mother, the better for both mother and baby
His mother, for her constant support.
Some credit Mother Nature.
Amir's mother died when giving birth to Amir.
Safe As Mother's Milk happened in 2002.
Mother - video game - happened in 1989.
It will not affect the breast milk at all.