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Tuesday, 22 February 2011 17:45

Will An IVA Affect My Partner?

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male 36 looking to get an iva approx £36k of unsecured debt

hi, i am looking to get an iva for around £36k of debt this year, i am also getting married next year, i would like to know how will this effect my partners income if at all when we are married. None of the debt are hers at all.many thanks

Answer:  The IVA will not affect her income or her credit.  Once you move in together, the next time your IVA is reviewed, the Supervisor may want to know of any financial changes, such as who pays what bills, etc, but it has no affect on your future wife's credit or income.

 

I hope this has answered your question.

For more information and assistance, please complete our eligibility form at our web site www.bankruptcy.org.uk or ring us at 0800 0029951.

Regards,

Jon

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