Legal Question in Bankruptcy in Texas
My son has 2006 debt that turned into a judgment and he is considering filing bankruptcy. He is now married and this was pre-marriage debt. How can he file bankrupty and my daughter in law note be included or damaged by it?
Asked on 7/28/09, 9:37 am
1 Answer from Attorneys
William D. Weber Weber Law Firm, P.C.
Yes. Your nson can file bankruptcy without the joinder of the daughter in law. The pre-marital debt should be discharged in the bankruptcy. No information about the son's bankruptcy filing shopuld be lised on the daughter in law's credit file.
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Answered on 7/28/09, 2:03 pm
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