Would your spouse be responsible for your business credit card debt if you were to die if she is not an account holder?
Your estate is responsible for your debts. If the business is owned by the deceased, the business is responsible. A spouse is not responsible, but the amount they inherit will be affected by the debts.
Is a joint credit card account holder responsible for the entire debt when the other account holder dies?
Is a wife who is not a joint account holder responsible for her husband's credit card debt in Illinois?
If you are a joint account holder you can still use the card. The creditor should be notified of the death of the other account holder. They may simply remove the person from the account or require you to open a new account in your name. However, if you are the joint holder you are responsible for the entire amount owed on the account.
Are you responsible for the debt if you are a 'card holder' on your deceased father's credit card account?
Depends on what "Type" of Credit Holder you are. Here is how that will go: If you are what is known as an authorized user on the account. (i.e. - The Primary account holder has given you permission to make charges on the account), the answer is No. The primary account holder is responsible for any charges he/she has allowed you to make on the account. If you are a Secondary account holder (i.e. -your…
Is an authorized credit card user responsible for credit card debt if the primary card holder declares bankruptcy?
Is a surviving spouse in Pennsylvania responsible for repayment of a credit card debt when his deceased wife was the authorized user on an account that was held by her deceased mother?
No. Only the account holder is responsible for repayment of debt incurred on a credit card. An authorized user is not responsible for repayment, but in this case if the now deceased AU continued to use the account after the death of her mother (the account holder), the AU's estate might be responsible for any charges made under such circumstances. In any event, the surviving spouse is NOT responsible to repay the CC debt.
If you are an authorized user on a credit card and the primary holder dies are you resonsible for the debt?
Can you be responsible for the primary user credit card charges even when you were removed from being an authorized user?
What can you do if you were an authorized user on a credit account and the main cardholder stopped paying and now your credit score has been lowered because the delinquency was reported on your credit?
There's a difference between an authorized user and a joint account holder. If you were simply an authorized user, meaning that the other person is soley responsible for the account and you only have a card in your name, then the delinquency shouldn't be showing up on your credit at all. You aren't the holder of the account. If this is the case, you need to immediately file a dispute claim with the agenicies reporting…