Can my husband file chapter 13 alone without affecting me??
Date: Mon, 07/30/2012 15:40
[COLOR=black]Hi, my husband is planning to file bk (chap.13) -- without me being all agree upon. I do not want to be part of it ...and he is also told by attorney that I don't need to partner with him in filing. But, I am concerned. We do own a house together and also on many credit card i was using that as well. Now, I would like to stay out of this since - I am student and hopefully soon I will be looking for job. After being stay at home mom dealing with children???s sickness, own sickness quit job --and now gone back to school to make myself or help myself with better opportunity available. So, if my husband includes me in bk how would that affect me with my job search and job?? And, if He files alonechap.13 - what can and can not happen?? Please help me I am loosing sleep over this issue.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=black]Thank you so much in advance for any answer.[/COLOR]
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