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How can you sue a primary account holder if you are the co-signer and the primary account holder has moved out of state Colorado vs Arkansas California and North Carolina?

Curtis Rhodes

in Student Loans

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Carlton Burgess on December 10, 2018

Sorry, but there would be no point to filing a lawsuit, since it would not be enforceable, however, is not the first thing that you want to present. It is one of the most common fights in a divorce situation, ex runs up all the cards and the co-signing spouse does not feel its fair to pay the bill. Unfortunately, and though it is not fair that is the purpose of a co-signer, and the credit contract signed clearly indicates that both the account of members would be equally responsible for the payment and regardless of the use or benefit.

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