Can my brother file a lawsuit against his ex-wife?
Mon, 11/04/2013 17:21
My brother was divorced 5 years ago. He opened new credit card accounts soon after the divorce. However, he forgot to withdraw his name from other accounts.
His ex-wife has defaulted on a card. The debt amount is $2000. My brother doesn't use those accounts. His only fault is that he forgot to take off his name. However, his ex-wife knows everything. She uses those accounts even now. Should my brother sue his ex-wife? My brother's ex-wife lives in Boaz, Alabama. My brother lives in Florida.
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