Post # 91
An “authorized user” on his account doesnt mean youre responsible. Did HE open the card and then get you a card in your name to use, or are you a *JOINT* account holder meaning you opened the account with him? If the former, he’s the only one on the hook for paying it.
Post # 92
pinkglasses : it’s not just sexual harassment. It’s sexual assault. He’s groping and kissing her despite the fact she clearly doesn’t want him to.
Post # 93
ShiningYou : ordering him from the house is a GREAT idea. Your local sherriff department can provide you an escort for the day he vacates. Now is the time to drop your cares about how small your town is or who knows what, because in the end your safety matters most.
I know this sounds terrifying, but don’t let a credit score keep you trapped in this bad situation. “My irresponsible ex ruined my credit” is very very common, and landlords are understanding. Your credit is good enough now to secure a place, and when the house sells you can put more down on a security deposit if necessary, or pay off debts. Finally, there are family shelters you can always turn to for short-term and long-term help with secure housing. Do not be afraid to stick your neck out there. You’re already spread thin and still making it work, right??
Post # 94
Ok so this is a hot mess. This kind of divorce where he may be racking up bills ignoring billsto your detriment can be financially ruinous (the idea of a fuck you Lexus comes to mind). He may very well be ordered to pay that and get a judgement against him for that. But for that you need legal counsel.
I am not a lawyer but I work in legal. This is a case where you can easily get screwed. Get. A. Lawyer. Today. Frankly you needed one yesterday. Ask them about payment when you’re covering HIS bills. They have seen it all and know what you should do.
So my advice is lawyer first. And get the eff out of that house now. He’s behaving odd and it can turn dangerous. Honestly my credit score would be the least of my worries at this point.