California  |  Tax Law

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Asked on: 8/22/13, 1:24 am

I am requesting a "FINANCIAL HARDSHIP" from the Franchise Tax Board (STATE of CALIFORNIA) and already filed my 2012 taxes as married, but separately. I am currently filling out the "FINANCIAL STATEMENT" form because of a large amount of debt incurred with my previous spouse. Presently, I am newly married, therefore, my questions are about my current husband's position in my financial debts and they are as follows:

1) How do I consider my current spouse a "NON-LIABLE SPOUSE"?

2) Since I have to indicate on the form his employment/and current income, do I have to put down his Bank accounts and/or car information, even though I DO NOT HAVE MY NAME ON ANY OF THESE?

3) Can the IRS put a lien on any of his assets, because of my debt?

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