Help for bad credit: Relationships, marriage and divorce
Don't let money problems can wreak havoc on your relationships
By Anna Bleker
Just as bad credit can fragment your relationships, some relationships -- especially those in which joint accounts or co-signed loans are involved -- can rip apart your credit score.
Learn about how bad credit affects marriage and relationships in the stories below.
- Don't say 'I do' to bad credit
- How bad credit affects a new marriage
- Come clean about debts before they damage your relationship
- 5 tips for protecting your credit during marriage breakup
- Divorce can result in bad credit
- Establishing credit after divorce
- Protect your credit score during divorce
- Tips for rebuilding your credit after divorce
Published: August 17, 2010
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