In Oregon can a surviving spouse be sued for credit card debt that was solely incurred by the deceased spouse if there is no estate only personal belongings and home held as Tenancy By The Entirety?

Oregon is not a community property state, therefore the surviving spouse would only be liable for debts that were jointly incurred during the marriage. Property held as TBE is not subject to probate procedure as it passes directly to the surviving spouse, neither can TBE property be attached for creditor debt when only one spouse is the debtor.