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kelly31
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PostDivorce

How long does a person have to live with their pre-divorce credit history in a community property state?

 

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JM-AM
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Re: PostDivorce

It depends on what is reported and what isn't reported. What will be reported and what will not be reported. 

 

Most negatives will remain 7-7.5 years and can be longer depending on the type of negative. Most positives will remain 10 years since the closing dates.

 

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