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Answered 2007-01-27 15:13:26

The specific reason you want to have an estate is to get things like this taken care of. The estate is responsible for settling the decedent's bills and debts. Without an estate, the creditors will go to the spouse. For your peace of mind and protection, please consult an attorney.

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