The short answer is no.  This is because while you are in bankruptcy you should not be incurring new debt without court permission.  Most of the time a credit card will not issue a card to someone who is in an active bankruptcy case, because they do not want to violate the bankruptcy code and

A credit card balance is like snow at the top of a mountain. A good amount of snow is pretty and fun to ski. Likewise, a credit card balance often means that you purchased items that you could not presently afford – often “fun” expenses. However, too much snow can cause an avalanche. Too much

In marriage, “two become one.” It is a beautiful sentiment that also has legal implications. Married couples often enjoy better legal protections than unmarried people. However, when a couple obtains unsecured credit together, like in the case of joint credit cards, the legal status of the marriage does not offer any unique protections.

A joint

A Chapter 7 bankruptcy case can discharge many financial obligations, including credit card debts. A Chapter 7 discharge means that the credit card company is permanently prohibited from trying to collect from you. The debt is unenforceable against you, and you are not required to pay income taxes on the discharged debt.

Credit cards are

The saying goes, “You can’t take it with you.” However, when it comes to credit card debt, in many cases you can. When a credit card belongs to one person only, the debt also belongs to one person only. Whether that debt must be paid or passed along to another person after your death depends