Jul 9, 2013

By Luann Lasalle

The death of a parent can sometimes mean financial turmoil for surviving relatives, but advisers say that lingering debts aren’t the responsibility of the adult children in the family.

“There is no liability for a child to take on the debts of the parents,” said lawyer Murray Morrison, who specializes in insolvency and practices in the Vancouver area

Click here to view the original article published in the Canadian Press on Jun 14, 2013.

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