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Divorce Decrees & Utilities

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Mr. H

New member
My ex-wife & I divorced nearly 8 years ago. I accepted responsibility to pay for wireless service in the decree. It had no expiration. The account was under contract at the time. When it expired I was told I was no longer responsible because the wireless company is 3rd party. As a friend, I paid for two more phones and 4 more years worth of service. Her line is now no longer under contract and I am needing to let go of the line because I am moving on with my life and I am moving out of state for a new job promotion. This account is under my name and social. Am I legally responsible for what is considered a non-necessity and a utility???
 


Ohiogal

Queen Bee
My ex-wife & I divorced nearly 8 years ago. I accepted responsibility to pay for wireless service in the decree. It had no expiration. The account was under contract at the time. When it expired I was told I was no longer responsible because the wireless company is 3rd party. As a friend, I paid for two more phones and 4 more years worth of service. Her line is now no longer under contract and I am needing to let go of the line because I am moving on with my life and I am moving out of state for a new job promotion. This account is under my name and social. Am I legally responsible for what is considered a non-necessity and a utility???
What does the divorce decree state word for word (without names) regarding the wireless service?
 
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