My ex and I jointly own a house and car....She filed for bankruptcy,am I still responsible for those loans?
2 Answers from Attorneys
Legal Answers Yes you are. Only the filer gets the discharge.
Other co-signers are indeed responsible for co-signed loans when one co-signer files for bankruptcy.
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