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A husband is not legally responsible to have health insurance for his wife. Many employees opt not to have health insurance for themselves. Health insurance is a voluntary election and no law exists making it otherwise. However, do be aware that any medical-related debts incurred by one spouse are considered "common" debts, and as such, the other spouse is legally required to pay for them. In the event of a divorce, said debts would be even divided between the spouses, even if only one spouse incurred them.
You are both legally responsible for yourselves.
As you both are legally separated , then you are no longer to pay his debts no matter where he is.
If you were unauthorized, you can be held legally -- and possibly ciminally -- responsible for any debt you incurred.
18 years of age.
No, because an AU is not legally responsible for repayment of the debt incurred on the account.
In most states the leagal age is 18
No, child support is his responsibility only.
It would depend on whether they are legally separated. If they are still married, she could be held responsible.
The credit is the property and responsibilty of the bearer (the one who's name is on it)
No, you are not responsible for the bills. His estate is responsible, whether there are assets or not. If there are no assets, they creditors do not get paid.
Are you asking if your previous husband ought to be legally responsible for supporting your children by your new husband?
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.
The biological parent is legally responsible for paying child support. A step parent is not legally responsible for paying child support.The biological parent is legally responsible for paying child support. A step parent is not legally responsible for paying child support.The biological parent is legally responsible for paying child support. A step parent is not legally responsible for paying child support.The biological parent is legally responsible for paying child support. A step parent is not legally responsible for paying child support.
a member of congress cannot be held legally responsible for? a member of congress cannot be held legally responsible for?
13 for a boy, 12 for a girl, unless it's by her husband then it's age 11.
The primary and co applicants both have the credit attached to their credit scores. They are also both legally responsible for the debt incurred.
It depends upon the state in which the couple resided during their marriage, the issue of his incarceration is not really relevant as to which spouse owes debts incurred. If the couple resided in a community property state the wife is responsible for all debts incurred during the marriage including but not limited to credit card account(s). If the couple resided in a non CP state the wife would only be responsible for debts that were incurred jointly. This only applies to a couple who are still legally married, the final terms of the divorce decree generally stipulates how existing debts are assigned.
If it is in the man's name, then the man is legally obliged to pay it.
No. * Maybe, Missouri, as do all states has exceptions to such issues. If the minor made the contract by fraudulent means, for example, misleading the lender to believe he or she was of legal age the minor is legally responsible for the debt incurred.
what are community properties, when a person is very ill, and legally married, and asignes every thing over to her ex husband who is responsible for heurrentr c
Only if the married couple reside in a community property state or the spouse is a joint account holder. An "authorized user" is not considered an account holder and is not legally responsible for debt incurred on a credit card account.
You can bring these things into Virginia legally. You cannot legally do any kind of drugs in Virginia, regardless of what you can bring in.
This law varies by State. In NY a girl must be emancipated by the courts in order for her to move out. If she is not emancipated then the parents are still legally responsible for all debts incurred by said 16 year old...Rent, Hospital, Doctors etc...and the parents are still responsible for that child's actions. Parents can still be sued unless child is emancipated.