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Maryland Estate Planning & Probate Attorney > Maryland Probate FAQs > Am I responsible for my deceased parent or spouse’s bills?

Am I responsible for my deceased parent or spouse’s bills?

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You are not personally responsible for a deceased parent’s bills or a deceased spouse’s bills. When a person passes, their estate is responsible to pay any and all outstanding debt. If in the event that the estate is insolvent and there are no assets to pay the bills, it is quite possible that those bills do not get paid. But you are not personally responsible or liable for those debts.

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