He has everything in his name. I am wondering if I am
Sorry to read of your loss.
You are responsible ONLY if you signed a document agreeing to be responsible.
Otherwise you have no individual responsibility
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You are not responsible for his debts that are in his name only. If you didn't sign anything, then you won't be held responsible. If you haven't already, you should consult with a probate attorney. If probate is opened, then debts would be paid through the estate.
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