Bankruptcy- Can I file by myself, if I’m married?

If you’re married, you have two choices when considering filing a Bankruptcy.  You can file by yourself, but your spouse will still be liable for any joint debts or you can file together and be able to double your exemptions.  In cases where one spouse holds most or all of the debts, it may be advisable to have only one spouse file.  Something else to consider:  If there are joint debts, the fact that one spouse discharged the debt through Bankruptcy,  may still show up on the other spouse’s credit report.

Are you wondering which way is better for you?  We can help.

Call Todd Courser 810-245-0813.

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