What You Need to Know About Creditor's Rights in Your State

What You Need to Know About Creditor's Rights in Your State


Inheritance Law > What You Need to Know About Creditor's Rights in Your State

What You Need to Know About Creditor's Rights in Your State

In all states, creditors have a right to make a claim against a probate estate for money that is owed to them by the decedent. And creditors' claims have a priority over the beneficiaries' rights to distribution from the estate. 

Click on the state-specific article below to learn about what rights creditors have in your state, and how long they have to exercise those rights.


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