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Unfortunately not really.
Unless they are separated, it is a requirement that the Debtor hsow total household income.
So it is kind of a bummer when a spouse wont cooperate, but the court will require it.
THe only way around it is if the husband gives his info on a piece of paper or something.
Meaning, rather than giving his personal docs, he writes down the numbers for the wife.
That way she can fill in what the numbers are without using his actual paperwork.
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