Yes, the debt does not usually get paid upon the death of the debtor. However, in some cases, she might have purchased insurance to pay the debt in case of her passing. You should ask for all of the documentation from the original transaction and have a lawyer review it. I hope you found this answer helpful. If so, please click the "helpful" button below. Thank you and good luck.
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Yes-but her last will and testament should appoint an executor that should be involved with the assets of her estate.
You should see an estate planning attorney ASAP.
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