When you become bankrupt, there is no difference between having a de facto partner or a spouse.
If Your Financial Affairs are not Intermingled
Your bankruptcy will have minimal impact on your de facto or spouse if your financial affairs are not intermingled.
If your Financial Affairs are Intermingled
If your financial affairs are intermingled with your de facto or spouse, the trustee of your bankruptcy will look at your financial affairs and the financial affairs of your de facto or spouse to work out what assets and liabilities belong to your bankrupt estate.
For more information on what your de facto or spouse can expect when you become bankrupt, we recommend our article ‘Will My Bankruptcy Affect My Spouse’ which can be accessed here.
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