Ex-husband charged on credit card and is not paying. Is it bankruptcy for me?

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Ex-husband kept one credit card, I kept another. Both of us signed onto both cards. He charged $30,000 on "his" card and is not making payments. That credit card company is coming after me. Am I responsible for his charges on that card? What can I do? Do I need to file bankruptcy to protect myself?

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Topics:  Consumer Bankruptcy, Divorce, Non-Judicial Settlement Agreements

Published In: Bankruptcy Updates

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