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Thank you for your patience.Unfortunately, there's not much you can do to help her, other then to be supportive to your fiance. Because you are not a party to the lawsuit, you lack "standing" -that is, you lack significant connect to the matter in question.If your fiance was a co-signer on these bills -such as credit cards, utilities and so forth, he is equally responsible. Indeed, if the bills go unpaid, the creditor themselves could go after one or both co-signers on the debt. Alternatively, his ex could pay the bill and then sue him for his share, which is what it sounds like she is doing now.
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