Is the surviving child responsible for deceased none medical bills?
In Pennsylvania, the surviving spouse, or whoever is listed in the will as beneficiary, is responsible for medical bills. Any debt incurred would be owed by the living spouse.
No, but the estate the deceased left may be responsible for these expenses.
Only if the surviving spouse entered into a repayment agreement with the medical providers.
Only if she is the executor of the estate. The executor is responsible for all estate debts.
In Montana the estate will be responsible for the medical bills of the deceased. Only after they are resolved can the estate be closed and any remainder distributed.
For Georgia, the estate will be responsible. The spouse indirectly will pay, as they cannot inherit until they are resolved.
The estate is responsible for all the bills of the deceased. The spouse will be required to pay them from the estate funds.
No, the spouse is not responsible. However it does come out there assets left behind.
YES, if you die, then the next of kin is responsible for your debt.
In Kentucky, the deceased's estate is responsible. The spouse can be held as a beneficiary of the costs and by inheriting less from the estate.
Unless the spouse signed any documents incurring liability for the deceased's medical bills, they are not responsible. The deceased's ESTATE is responsible for the medical bills, and all other obligations owed by the deceased at the time of their death.
The spouse indirectly will pay, as they cannot inherit until they are resolved. In Maryland the estate is responsible.
In North Carolina the estate is responsible. The spouse indirectly will pay, as they cannot inherit until they are resolved.
Unless the surviving spouse specifically signed an obligation for the deceased spouse's medical care, probably not. BOB... I think you're wrong. Check the Necessaries Doctrine for the state you live in. Almost always the surviving spouse is responsible for medical debts incurredso long as you were both still married at the time of death. I suggest you contact an attorney that deals in this kind of law so you know your rights.
In the state of Ohio, as in most places the estate will be responsible. The spouse indirectly will pay, as they cannot inherit until they are resolved.
In Colorado the estate will be responsible. The spouse indirectly will pay, as they cannot inherit until they are resolved.
The estate would be responsible, but if the dying person had no assets, I do not think they could hold the spouse responsible, unless he or she signed a paper guaranteeing medical bills. what do you mean you think, do you know for sure?
Oregon is not a community property state. Therefore the surviving spouse is only responsible for the deceased spouse's medical bills if he or she entered into a financial agreement with the attending hospital and/or physicians or other such agencies.
In general, the estate has primary responsibility, one of the reasons to create an estate. The spouse will typically be responsible for the debt.
In most instances, the estate is responsible. It means the estate that is inherited from the spouse will be smaller.
Only if they signed a contract or agreement to accept the responsibility. If not, the deceased's ESTATE becomes responsible for any debts.
The estate is responsible for all the debts of the deceased. Indirectly the spouse will have to pay them off from the estate before she can inherit.