7 Simple Secrets to Totally Rocking Your wife pays husbands debt
For many, this is the biggest wake-up call they’ve ever received. It might be the last.
Although the two of you might not be married, you might have a legal claim over each other’s assets. That is, you might be the ones who have a claim on your husbands property and he has a claim on your assets. You don’t have to be married to have property rights, but if one of you is married, the other one has a legal interest in it.
This is where the problem begins- because if two people are in a valid marriage, then they are legally married. So if you and your spouse are in a valid marriage, then everyone can have a legal interest in each other’s affairs. It’s a legal status that is not found in most other states. But it is what it is, and this is the rub.
There is a reason that property rights are not legally recognized in most states. For one, not everybody is married to you. Because it is a legal status that is not found in most other states, it is not always recognized. Even though it is recognized in North America, it is not in Germany, which is a large European country.
In the states that do accept such legal status, the problem is not so much that the husband has to pay for the debt, but rather that the wife has a legal interest in an estate owned by a person else. The estate can only be inherited by the spouse, and in some states the spouse would not inherit the property even if he or she was legally married to the husband.
This is most common in states with a marriage-based estate, where the spouse would not inherit the estate if the marriage was broken. In those states, the property is owned as a separate entity, which makes it easier for the spouse to pass it on.
I guess the wife could go to the court and say, “I owe you $4.50, and I want to take it back.” But that’s pretty hard to do in a state where the husband is currently alive.