No, they are not
The estate is responsible for the medical debts. The exception would be if the children were the insurance holder or co-signed the medical agreement.
It is the deceased's ESTATE that is responsbile for settling all the deceased's debts. Unless the children signed any documents incurring liability for the deceased's medical bills, they are not responsbile.
The estate is responsible for paying all debts.
NO. It is not legally required for children to pay off any bill from there deceased parents as long as the bills were in their parents name, 100%.
For Pennsylvania the estate has the responsibility to settle the medical bills, not the children. Once that is done, the remainder can be distributed.
No, the estate is responsible for the medical bills of the deceased. Only after they are resolved can the estate be closed any remainder distributed.
The estate is responsible for all the doctor bills of the deceased. The children are not going to be required to pay them from their own funds, but it will reduce what they inherit.
The estate is responsible for all the debts of the deceased including dental bills. The children are not required to pay them from their own pocket.
In Arizona the estate is responsible for the medical bills of the deceased. Only after they are resolved can the estate be closed any remainder distributed.
Children are not responsible for the debts of their parents. The estate must settle the debts. The exception would be if a child signed any paperwork gaurenteeing the medical costs.
i just lost my aunt and her children had to pay her medical bills.there are programs that will help the children pay them if they cant. * Many times surviving family members will be sent medical and hospital bills after a person has died. However, the children of the deceased or other family members have no legal obligation to pay such debts unless they have agreed to accept the responsibility at the time the person(s) were receiving medical care. Medical bills as are all other debts and assets are considered part of the deceased's estate and are handled according to the state probate laws.