My future in-laws are in trouble and I'm wondering I can help them out before it gets worse. How far does my obligation go as their future daughter-in-law extend?How about offering to pay for a session with a financial planner or credit counselor? I'd be VERY careful about bailing them out because it would set a precedent. If/when they run up their bills again, are you going to be willing/able to bail them out again? It's nice that you want to help, but don't let them drag you down with them. (Don't cosign anything for them.)
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