Estate Administration Requirements: Notice to Creditors
- Doug Boyette
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North Carolina law requires a personal representative of an estate to notify by publication all persons, firms, and corporations having claims against the deceased’s estate. Usually this means publishing notice in a newspaper with circulation in the county where […]Read more
Are You Responsible for the Debts of a Deceased Family Member?
- Doug Boyette
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When a loved one passes away, the surviving family members are thrust into the confusing and unfamiliar task of administering the individual’s estate. If the individual was in debt when they died, creditors sometimes try to pressure the family […]Read more