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No. Separate debt (debt incurred before marriage) will remain separate debt so long as you do not voluntarily agree to be liable for it (through a co-signing or guarantor agreement).Marital debt
(debt incurred during marriage) is a bit more difficult.Debts acquired during the marriage that are listed only in one spouse’s name, used as separate property and not paid with marital funds may be considered non-marital. Generally, if one spouse takes out a credit card but none of the charges on it have contributed to the marriage, it might be considered that spouse’s separate debt, and you would have no obligation to it.
Debt that is opened in both spouse's names is a marital debt, and you could be subject to it. But if it's entirely in your husband's name, before or after marriage, and you don't benefit from the debt, you're not going to be responsible for it.
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