At our final divorce trail, the judge ruled that all his assets and his debts were to remain his, and mine would remain mine.
So specifically, I am not just talking about debts for when we were separated. He has school loans in his name from when we were together? He also had medical bills from while we were separated?
I don't know if the judges ruling helps, but although we were married in Texas for 10 years, then separated for 3 years:
am I liable for his debt during the marriage as well as his debt during the separation? What is the statue?
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