Put on the Petition for dissolution in the separate property section on the first page "Confirm to Respondent as his separate property/obligation any and all debts in his name."Ask a similar question
Yes, you can file. To have the peace of mind you deserve about the decree entered, your interests will be best met with a consultation with an experienced family law practitioner. You will want to know if it will be sufficient to allege generally that he has incurred debt without your knowledge or consent and how to request language that will absolve you of any residual obligation for such debts.
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You don't need that information in order to file the divorce. You really should immediately consult with a local family law attorney to discuss all your issues.Ask a similar question
That's right you don't need that information to file for divorce. You can simply state on the petition that you do not know. You might consider filing a restraining order together with the petition. Maybe hire a lawyer or at least talk to
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