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Going Through Probate and Avoiding Foreclosure On An Inherited House

Posted by Maxwell Swinney

Monday, July 3, 2017

Dealing with the death of a family member is hard enough, but the administration of their estate can bring financial difficulties with it as well, including foreclosure.

People often don't talk about money with their family, so when a family member dies, heirs can have no clue how much debt they owe and to whom. It becomes their responsibility to figure all of that out.

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Topics: foreclosure defense, probate

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