Clarification of bankruptcy law
My wife declared bankruptcy in '97. She included the family house and I received a deed of gift for the house. I recently called to have her name removed from the deed, they claim she is still liable for the loan and that her bankruptcy does not protect her should I default on the the loan. Is this correct?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: Clarification of bankruptcy law
That is not correct, provided she received a discharge and did not reaffirm the mortgage.
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