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The novelist Margaret Atwood once wrote, A divorce is like an amputation: you survive it, but theres less of you. If youre like most people after a divorce, there will be less of you financially, too. However, court costs are just the tip of the iceberg: liabilities are divided in addition to assets. Depending on where you live and what judge rules on your case, you could end up saddled with more debt than you bargained for.
Oftentimes, couples will share credit card accounts to manage bills, consolidate accounts and rack up rewards points. Authorized accounts mean only the …
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