If the deceased left an estate the medical bills along with all other debts will be handled according to the state probate laws. If the deceased left no assets that can be used to pay debts, the debts become null and void. Surviving family members are not responsible for medical bills unless they signed an agreement with the hospital, physician(s) or care facility. The one exception is if the deceased left a spouse and the married couple resided in a community property state. Although in several CP states such laws will not apply to the payment medical bills directly connected to the death of of a spouse.
If no provisions were set up during the divorce proceedings, medical bills would revert to the person receiving treatment.
my mother in law died last year and her husband was responsible for her medical bills. Over $200,000.
Dogs don't have to have medical bills, but if you take a dog to a veterinarian for medical treatment, the dog willhave medical bills.
What is the startue of li itations on medical bills? What is the startue of li itations on medical bills? What is the startue of li itations on medical bills?
can you wages be garnishe for medical bills? can you wages be garnishe for medical bills?
My husband just died about 6 months ago and no, i am not responsible for his medical bills....I have spoken with my Lawyer and he informed me in fl i do not have to cover ANY unpaid debt of a spouse
The estate of the deceased is responsible for the debts. Your mother will indirectly have to resolve the debts before the assets are released.
You would be responsible for your own medical bills. You are probably being treated as a self employed taxpayer (contract worker). You will have to deal with the payer of your services about this matter.
You are not normally responsible for your mother's medical bills after she dies.
yes they pay for your medical bills
The statute of limitations for medical bills in the state of Washington is 6 years. In Washington state medical bills are considered to be written contracts.
Yes. Get an attorney to advise you, if you have medical bills that you have let get out of control.
Yes. When a couple is married, they are bound to one another. So, if there were medical bills, the closest related relative (or wife/husband) would receive the bill.
If you have medical payments in your insurance. Liability only does not pay medical benefits. And the medical bills have to be the result of an auto accident.
There is no minimum amount you have to pay on medical bills each month. Medical bills and student loans are often not considered in the credit/debt equation.
The local county Human Services office can help individuals and families with unpaid medical bills. They can help by directing people to state and federal programs that are made to help people pay medical bills. There are also charity programs that can help with unpaid medical bills.
when you are married and your spouse don't pay his / her medical bills are you responsible for the bills when your name not on the bills and when they call they don't ask for me they ask for him and can they report it to the credit report
Is the surviving child responsible for deceased none medical bills?
Yes. The estate is responsible for all debts, including medical bills.
unpaid collection on medical bills can possibly be reported on bureau, but payment history is not reported.
If the deceased person is your wife then I think you are responsible for her medical bills
can I rceive monies to pay fines,medical bills and furniture?
Yes, under certain circumstances.If the medical services were performed during your marriage you may be jointly liable for the bills.If your divorce decree (or settlement) required you to pay for your ex-husbands medical bills you may be solely liable.If you agreed to be liable for the bills, you can be held to your agreement.If the medical service was received after the divorce, the divorce decree did not order you to pay his medical bills, and, you did not agree to pay these bills, then you are probably not liable for them.
Do you mean 6 years after receiving a discharge in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or are you referring to medical bills that are six years old? If you've already received a discharge in a Chapter 7, you must wait 8 years between filing. If the bills are 6 years old, they may be too old to collect because of the statute of limitations, but you can still discharge them.
Medical bills are considered contracts for services rendered. The SOL for medical bills in CO. is three (3) years.