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Actually, I really messed up my question. The debt was discharged in his personal chapter 11. Can I sue his company for the debt. That is where the checks were written... to his company. Again, he already admitted the debt in the personal chapter 11.
The proof for the debt in his personal bankruptcy was a print-out of all the checks I had written to his company while we were married. The checks were written directly to Cape Fear Realty/Bald Head Island Rentals. His bookkeeper printed out a report for me from his business Quick Books account. Ledger entries I remembered stated "for payroll, best I can remember. The checking account was in both our names. However he admitted he owed the debt in his personal bankruptcy. It was discharged in his personal bankruptcy. I now understand he is contemplating filing a business bankruptcy because of judgment that was awarded against it. Are we on the same page now?
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