if it is under your name and she is an additional card holder but the bill comes to you I think you are responsible for the debt.It might be worth asking your credit card provider.
Where is the provider name and number found on my insurance card
if you mean credit card, it is the responsibility of the PRIME (meaning the person in whose name the card is under) card holder, so it is only ethical that the second card holder pays their own charges,
If you have a card with your name on it usually you are considered a joint account holder and are responsible for the debt incurred on that account. If a consumer is listed as an authorized user (they do not have a card with their name) he or she is not responsible for the debt.
The estate is responsible for the debts of the decedent. Send a copy of the death certificate in with the bill to notify the creditor of the death.
NO, not if my name was not on that card
If the car is in your name then you are responsible for everything. If she wrecks it and is at fault, the person that she hits is going to go after you because the car is in your name. But she is the one that needs to be paying for the car insurance. call a insurance company they will help you,
Your legal name.
No. Car insurance is insurance on the car not insurance on the driver.
If you are a joint applicant, then yes, but if the card is not in your name, then no.
The person in who's name the the ticket was issued is responsible for the ticket.
The estate is primarily responsible. However, a spouse is normally considered to benefit from such debt and can be held responsible.
If his name is not on the card,(He did not sign for the card) Then NO! And credit cards are unsecured loans.
The information that is required for each person renewing a European health insurance card is: their full name, their date of birth and their National Insurance (NHS) number.
Seriously, you do not know who you pay your insurance premium to. How about you just look at your proof of insurance card, that you are required to keep in your vehicle at all times, and see what companies name is on that card. Or look at your bank statement and see who you payed for car insurance.
If the two of you are married, I believe you are responsible.
IF you transfer the title and loan out of your name you are not responsible. IF NOT, and they don't make the payments, or have insurance on it, YOU are responsible for all aspects of the vehicle as you still OWN it. the name on the title & loan is the responsible party.
yes if they have your name on it
If the title, registration, and insurance are still all in your name, you (or your insurance company) would be responsible.
If the card is in his name, only, there may be an out. You will need to get legal help.
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It all depends on what state you live in. Contact the credit card companies they can tell you