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Answered 2005-11-13 22:03:55

No! That's what a Probate is. Usually lawyers will do the leg work for Probate and this means they will be sure all titles are clear on homes(s) or properties. They also make sure all creditors are paid off and this includes property/personal taxes. mortgages and loans. Because of Probate the mortgage lender would be paid out of the Estate and the residue of that Estate would be left to the Heirs. Marcy

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