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For the Families of Some Debtors, Death Offers No Respite

by Jessica Silver-Greenberg
When you die, your debts usually die with you. Surviving family members rarely have a legal obligation to pay unless they co-signed a loan.So debt collectors are targeting survivors who might agree to pay at least part of what the dead person owed.
Jude Seymour
Jude Seymour • 2 years ago

"For the families of some debtors, death offers no respite" (h/t Wall Street Journal)

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