Fremont Bankruptcy: Filing When You Are Married

When considering bankruptcy as an option to relieve your debt, the question often arrises with regard to spouses filing together, separate, or one spouse  filing bankruptcy but not the other.

The notion that if you're married, both spouses have to file for bankruptcy is a falsehood.

"It's not uncommon for one spouse to have a significant amount of debt in their name only," John Hargrave, a bankruptcy trustee, says.  But if there are debts that both spouses want to eliminate that they are both liable for, both spouses should file bankruptcy together.  If not, the creditor will just require payment for the entire amount from the spouse who didn't file.

To truely understand your situation and determine the best bankruptcy scenerio for you and your spouse, why not call an experieced Fremont bankruptcy attorney today? 1866.447.8460.  We look forward to answering all of your questions regarding bankruptcy.



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