I co-signed for someone who has claimed bankruptcy. What will happen to me?

I am a widow who's disabled and live on social security. I cosigned for my son in law a piece of equipment on a lease that is non-cancelable. He is filing bankruptcy. As a co-signer what courses of action can I take? I have a home and a car. I am worried about losing my home. What can I do?
Anonymous User
Anonymous User
Asked Jan 11, 2010
I would suggest that you will see for an bankruptcy expert in your issue so that you will know what will affect to you.
diannegarcia5
Answered Nov 11, 2013
yes probably, as a co-signer you are also obliged for that. Just ask for help with the experts for the best way on solving your problem.
katerichards
Answered Aug 19, 2014
Yah!, You should find a Bankruptcy Experts Financial Advice, But it depend in where your country from, each country have different bankruptcy law.
aliyahwestling
Answered Aug 20, 2014
Edited Aug 20, 2014
Yep , must aware and knowledge about bankruptcy ,then ask some advice.
jennyharisson14
Answered Sep 30, 2014
Definitely your right guys, in every state has different laws. Ask your Financial adviser for a professional advices.
katty
Answered Sep 30, 2014
Yes , true ..,I can suggest you to brows this
website:http://www.bankruptcyexpertsbrisbane.com.au/ ,the ask your attorney for advice.
jennyharisson
Answered Oct 02, 2014
I suggest you to ask experts advices.
Melbourne
Answered Nov 29, 2014
As a co-signer means you are involve in someones bankruptcy.
SimonAndrews
Answered Jan 16, 2015

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