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Wedding Bells and Bankruptcy: Expecting the Unexpected

South Florida Bankruptcy Attorney Chad Van Horn will be going LIVE on Facebook, September 1, 2021 at 12:00 pm (EST). Join Chad in this next live Q&A about “Wedding Bells and Bankruptcy: Expecting the Unexpected.”

One of the most common reasons for divorce is financial instability. During this live question and answer event, bankruptcy attorney Chad Van Horn will be addressing:

– Which situations debt can transfer from one spouse to the other?

– How to protect yourself and be aware of any debt issues going into the marriage?

– Will I be responsible for my spouse’s student loans

– Does a student loan lender have to consider both incomes when considering government programs?

– Joint vs Authorized user accounts and the advantages and disadvantages of each 

– Co-signing a car loan for a spouse and what that means

– Qualifying for a mortgage with a spouse who doesn’t have good credit

– When to consider a joint bankruptcy filing?

– When to keep finances separate?

Join us September 1, 2021 at 12:00 pm (EST) on Facebook for this Live event.

Register on our Facebook page at Van Horn Law Group to get notifications about this event. 

Have a question you want Chad to answer? DM us on Facebook and Chad will do his best to answer any questions.

PLEASE NOTE: On the day and time of the event, we will be streaming LIVE to the Van Horn Law Group Facebook Timeline 

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Wedding Bells and Bankruptcy: Expecting the Unexpected
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Van Horn Law Group,
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September 1, 2021
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September 1, 2021
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South Florida Bankruptcy Attorney Chad Van Horn will be going LIVE on Facebook, September 1, 2021 at 12:00 pm (EST). Join Chad in this next live Q&A about "Wedding Bells and Bankruptcy: Expecting the Unexpected.”
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