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    My parent have been married 25 years and have been living separate for 2. They are not legally separated. In Wisconsin there is a law where both spouses must be notified if a credit card is opened. But my mom has opened at least one credit card without my dad's knowledge. She just lists her address as his and opens all his mail. Now she has put them in debt. Is he still responsible for all that debt once they do file for divorce?

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    I think so....

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      Originally posted by arzachel81 View Post
      My parent have been married 25 years and have been living separate for 2. They are not legally separated. In Wisconsin there is a law where both spouses must be notified if a credit card is opened. But my mom has opened at least one credit card without my dad's knowledge. She just lists her address as his and opens all his mail. Now she has put them in debt. Is he still responsible for all that debt once they do file for divorce?
      Your father needs to consult with an attorney ASAP. Even if he doesn't want to file for a divorce, the consult will help him know what to do to protect himself from debts mom is incurring without his knowledge.

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