No. Your bankruptcy case is filed under your social security number, so unless your spouse if filing bankruptcy too, it is not going to reflect on his/her credit.
However, it is a little more complicated than that: In the future if you are applying for credit as a married couple, then the bankruptcy will pull down your combined credit scores. Even worse, if you had a joint or co-signed debt, then that account may report a bankruptcy on the non-filing spouse’s credit report, even if that account is kept in good standing.
I often get a situation where the husband has the majority of debt, so the married couple decides that only he will file bankruptcy to keep her credit healthy. The wife usually only has $5-10,000 in total debt, and they decide to just pay it off over time. This keeps her credit healthy, but it’s usually a bad idea. Since the husband is usually the primary bread-winner in Utah, even if her credit is healthy, when she applies for new credit like a home loan or a financed vehicle, his income will be backing the loan, and the bank will run a credit check on him anyway. Even though they kept her credit healthy, his credit still made the loan come out with a much higher interest rate. It would have been a better idea to nuke her credit as well, wipe out the extra debt, and both get a fresh start with no debt and joint bad credit.
This is not legal advice. If you need help go to www.robertspaynelaw.com.