I have a question, my spouse has BOA debt the original amount she owed was 10K and now since its been sold to CACH LLC, it has multiplied to 25K, and she is currently being sued by CACH LLC.
We are seperated and she lives in another state and currently has no JOB and her family and I are supporting her with minor bills.
She currently does not own anything in her name
I have been receiving notices from the court and even the sherif has showed up here and asking and looking for her.
based on the information i have provied, if she does not go to the court
and if the Judge grants in favor of CACH LLC,
what can CACH LLC get out of her?
I don't think she will own anything since she has no JOB?
lastly this debt was owed before we got married and I was helping her pay it off but never it was on my name
am i liable to pay this off for her since we are not legally divorced?
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