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- My boyfriend and I have been together since mid 2005. He recently purchased a home in only his name. We are planning on getting married in april of next year. After marriage do I automatically become co- ownr? If we do not get married how long will it take for me to be considered co- owner without him actually havng to add my name to the title?
- My car was repossessed back in 98. I have recently recieved court papers stating there is a judgemnt against me. How long do creditors have to try to collect a debt? Does it depend on if they keep selling the debt to different creditors?
- If you have qualified for food stamps and then return to work can you still use the remaining balance on your EBT card? Or is the account closed?
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