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Answered 2006-07-25 00:16:33

Well, the bankruptcy should get rid of the debts. When our loved ones die, the family is usually left with any debt they have left to pay. Just make sure not to co-sign on anything that you don't want to be paying for in the future. * Family members are not legally responsible for any other family members debts if they are not joint debtors. Debts of deceased persons are included in the estate and are handled according to state probate law. The exception might be a surviving spouse when the couple resided in a community property state, if the spouse is not a joint BK petitioner.

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