Posted on: 14 December 2015
If you are married to someone who has good credit, you might wish to file bankruptcy on your own. Doing so will shield your spouse from a lot of the realities surrounding bankruptcy and will also allow you to continue to benefit from their good credit standing. However, there are a few ways that your bankruptcy may still affect your spouse. Since each individual case is different, you should talk to your lawyer about what your spouse should expect after your bankruptcy is filed.