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By placing your name on the title, your future husband is making a very kind gesture to give you legal rights if he were to pass. Likewise, it will have no affect on your chapter 13 plan. That is, you will continue to make your plan payments has was approved. And the court cannot make any claim against the house if you were to default. Good luck on your wedding! Please rate my answer ok or better so that I am compensated for assisting you.
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