No. Just send a copy of the death certificate to the creditors, they have to write it off. They may try to tell you that you have to pay, but you don't have to legally. The creditors do have the option of going after your father's assets/estate to pay the debt. Any of his debts will first be paid by his estate. If anything is left it will be given to his heirs.
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No, but the estate the deceased left may be responsible for these expenses.
Individuals that state they see deceased family members are called 'entities.'
The deceases "estate" should take care of any medical bills that have gone unpaid. Also Medicare should be paying part of this if the deceased was age 65 or over. Whether or not the hospital can come after family members for this needs to be answered. Surviving family members are not responsible for medical costs of a deceased person unless they entered into a written contract with the care facility.
The deceased family members were buried there so they could watch their children play in the courtyards an to watch the mayans play the game of the hero twins.
No. The husband of the family is responsible for everything that happens to or by the family members.
No, surviving family members are not responsible for the debts of deceased persons if they were not listed as a joint account holder or borrower.The exception being a surviving spouse when the couple resided in a community property state.
The answer - it's up to the family members or the deceased person's request. There's nothing written anywhere that I am aware of any time period, again it would be according to family members or the deceased person's request.
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Yes. It's called "fraud".
NO! Family members are not liable, but the estate may be.
Only if you are a joint debtor. Surviving family membes are not responsible for the debts of deceased parents, siblings or other relatives. The exception might be if the person signed an agreement with a care facility, hospital, medical clinic, doctor, etc. to be responsible for debt incurred during the deceased person's treatment/confinement.
It is not unusual to dream of family members (parents, siblings, relatives) that have passed away.
Generally, the estate is responsible for paying the debts of the decedent when the debts are in the sole name of the decedent. If there are no assets then the creditors are out of luck.
Mate: Tigerstar - Deceased, Verified Place of No Stars member Daughter: Mothwing - Living, as of Fading Echoes Sons: Tadpole - Deceased, Residence Unknown Hawkfrost - Deceased, Verified Place of No Stars member
There are a few ways to find out of your deceased father had any stocks or bonds. The easiest way is to ask family members like your mom.
Yes, if the family members were practicing catholics and the deceased lived a good life and supportive of the family beliefs.
If the deceased person only co-signed, that is, lent his credit standing to you so that you would be approved, then the family has no stake in the property. All the co-signer did was ensure that if you defaulted, he would be financially responsible. He never owned the house, so no relative can make a claim against it.
In certain regions of China, grasshoppers were kept as family pets and it was believed grasshoppers embodied the personalities of family members who were deceased. Keeping these reincarnate souls in the form of grasshoppers insured prosperity amongst the family members.
No one. The person left is not responsible for the debt. The credit cards want people to think that the family owes for the deceased debt, but they don't.
If the surviving family members are not joint account holders or a surviving spouse who was living in a community property state, they are not responsible for the debts of the deceased. The deceased estate (if any) is to be probated (when required) and any assets are used to pay outstanding debts in their order of priority according to state law. FYI, authorized signers of credit card accounts are not joint account holders and not responsible for debt incurred. Likewise in some CP states the surviving spouse cannot always be held accountable for all debts solely incurred by the deceased spouse.