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Husband filed for Bankrupcty and is affecting my credit
My husband filed for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy by himself. I did not approved the decision but he did it anyways. We have a truck where I'm the cosigner and I have a car where he is the cosigner. His trustee said that it wasn't going to affect my credit because my husband's truck is the only one he put down and not my car. I have been making my car's payment on time and everything and when I called the bank they told me that they are not even reporting it to the Credit Berue. I don't know what to do in that case. I don't think is fair for the bank not to report a good standing account but I bet if I stop paying it, it will quickly be on my credit. Also I would like to know if there is anyway I can take my name off my husband's truck?

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