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So sorry to hear of this dilemma. If my answer is not clear to you, please ask me for clarification by using the reply button.It would typically be best to marry after your girlfriend's bankruptcy has been discharged. If you married prior to filing, your income will be considered in the bankruptcy
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What does it mean to be discharged?
Discharge means that her debts are erased by the court
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once married and her she discharged....is there a prenup to sign to protect my assest or her future debt?
Yes that is possible -- Virginia does recognize prenuptial agreements
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