I just got married last year and I want to file Bankruptcy by myself. Since my spouse is not filing with me, I shouldn’t have to disclose his/her income, right?

Actually, that is incorrect. When filing for Bankruptcy, the Court requires the debtor to disclose their complete household income.  That means even if one spouse is not filing for Bankruptcy, as long as they are living together as a married couple, we will have to see the non-filing spouse’s income as well.

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