My partner and I are not married but we do have a son and live together. We have been careful for many years to keep our money separate. She makes a deposit into my account every week and we do not commingle any of our other money. She has her credit, I have mine.
The money is deposited from her account into mine and it is clear where it is coming from - and we have years of bank records.
So, if I were to declare bankruptcy how would this be treated? Would I qualify for bankruptcy?
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