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Answered 12 months ago.
I agree with counsel. Gets an attorney immediately to assist you through this process
6 lawyers agreed with this answer
It would also depend on the priors of the culprit
You are ultimately liable for the debt because it is in your name. However you do have the option of suing him for indemnification
I agree with counsel. Get an attorney. They will do all of this for you
Go and get an attorney. All pi attorneys work on contingency and it will cost you nothing. You may have additional rights that you are unaware of
Answered about 1 year ago.
You need to contact a personal injury attorney immediately. I think you should approach the police once you have an attorney
Counsel are correct. You can get a lawyer to represent you on a contingency basis. However you will need to go and meet with such a Lawyer in person so that they can do a true evaluation and look at all of your paperwork.
You should get an attorney to assist you. It sounds like the liability is definitely with them. You can also sue in small claims court for your damage.
Counsel are correct. The beneficiaries should have not been paid by the estate until the creditors had first been paid...
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