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In Ohio if you receive property in a will do you half to except it if so are you responsible for the debt?

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Answered 2006-08-08 14:44:00

You don't have to accept it. If there is a lien against the property, you would be responsible for it. Maybe you could sell the property, pay it off and keep the rest.

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