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True or False?

By Minden Lawyers, Jul 28 2017 03:13PM

If I am married, my spouse has to file bankruptcy with me.

Answer: False. In many cases, it may make sense for both spouses of the marriage to file bankruptcy jointly, but there is no legal requirement that you have to do so. In fact, there are situations where it may make more sense for only one spouse to file bankruptcy, such as when all of the debt or a vast majority of the debt is in one spouse's name only.

Nothing stated herein constitutes the giving of legal advice. Every case is different. If you are dealing with a legal matter, call an attorney to discuss your specific case.

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