No worries.Yes, absolutely. You may pursue and have this resolved while the creditor is pursuing you. Let the creditor know that "this debt is currently in dispute between me and my ex, so you need to lay off until it's settled or I'll file a restraining order
against you and file for contempt every time you call." They'll leave you alone.
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