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Do I Need To Include My Spouse’s Income and Expenses on My Bankruptcy Forms?


If you are married and considering bankruptcy, you may be wondering if you need to include your spouse’s income and expenses on your bankruptcy forms. The answer is it depends.

If you are filing a joint petition, then you will need to include your spouse’s income and expenses. If you are filing a individual petition, then you only need to include your own income and expenses.


However, even if you are filing a individual petition, there may be circumstances where the court will require you to include your spouse’s income and expenses. For example, if your spouse has co-signed on any of your debts, the court may require that their income and expenses be included in your bankruptcy forms.




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