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My Ex-Wife is Not Paying My Debt She Promised to Pay in Our Divorce Decree. – William

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William “Dear Steve, I was divorced in 2003 and my ex wife was responsible for an existing credit card that is solely in my name. In our divorce decree, it was stated that she was responsible for this debt. Over the years, she has been delinquent on occasion and most recently she is delinquent again. She earns a substantial income ... Read More »

I Was Divorced and Debt Free, or so I Thought. – Cheryl

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Cheryl “Dear Steve, I was divorced, debt was paid in full when the house was sold, divorce papers show debt was to be paid and all accounts closed, but Bank of America left if open after it was paid in full, and ex went back and used it up again, without my knowledge, when i did have knowledge he asked ... Read More »

My Wife and I are Headed for Divorce. Am I Responsible for Her Debt? – Fred

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“Dear Steve, My wife and I are headed for divorce. She accumulated several credit card’s in her name only. Am I responsible for this debt? If and when she leaves, I would like to keep the house, but will struggle without her income. She has only been responsible for paying the utilities. My credit score is low around (544) with ... Read More »

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