What to do if your Fiance Left You + Added to Your Debt, Leading to Bankruptcy!

What to do if your Fiance Left You + Added to Your Debt, Leading to Bankruptcy!

MY FIANCE LEFT ME AND I INCURRED ALL THE DEBTS HE INCURRED. CAN YOU HELP ME?

Another reason that people get into debt is because they made the wrong choice in partners. See, The Debt Trap: How Your Life Choices Impact Your Financial Future, Chapter 2.

If you are stuck with debts because you had a fiancé who was a problem, you may have to file a bankruptcy to get a fresh start. If you fell behind on a secured debt such as a mortgage or vehicle which you want to save, you would file a Chapter 13.

If it is just credit cards or a lawsuit, then you would file a Chapter 7 if you qualify and are under the median income.

Either bankruptcy will create a stay except in limited circumstances regarding prior bankruptcies dismissed within the last year which you must discuss with the lawyer. However, if this is a 1st filing there is no issue with the bankruptcy stay.

Thus, if you made a mistake and incurred debt because of a poor choice in your relationship, you can either file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 depending on your circumstances.

If you have any questions concerning this matter or any other matter contact TAIEBLAW at 856-235-4994 or visit our website at TAIEBLAW.COM, and schedule a FREE initial consultation.

Steven N. Taieb, Esq. has been a South Jersey Bankruptcy Attorney for over 34 years and is board certified in consumer bankruptcy law by The American Board of Certification which is accredited by The American Bar Association.

If you have any questions concerning this matter or any other matter contact TAIEBLAW at 856-235-4994 and schedule a FREE initial consultation.

Steven N. Taieb, Esq. has been a South Jersey Bankruptcy Attorney for over 34 years and is board certified in consumer bankruptcy law by The American Board of Certification which is accredited by The American Bar Association.

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Author: Taieb Law Bankruptcy News

Steven N. Taieb began practicing bankruptcy law in 1985. As personal relationships are paramount to him, he helps you develop a short-term and long-term strategy for dealing with your financial matters by working with clients and identifying their specific needs in Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 filings. This detail-oriented planning not only alleviates your debt burden, but also focuses on a stress-free, post-bankruptcy financial future.