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Will my spouse or my family be responsible for my debts if I file for bankruptcy?


No. A person’s debts are the responsibility of the individual.

The only way a spouse of family member can be responsible for your debts is if he or she co-signed for those loans. In the event that you file for bankruptcy or do a proposal the co-signer becomes responsible for the full amount of the loan outstanding

 


 

 

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