Debts after death
You have must be repaid from your estate before any other claims on the estate can be met when you die, any debts. Here is the situation whether or otherwise not you earn a might.
Your ‘estate’ is all the property, items and cash which you have that are offered to be distributed after your death.
Then your debts die with you as they cannot be repaid if you die and have no estate. Your family members don’t need to pay down your financial situation unless they will have supplied individual guarantees for those of you debts.
Creditors can sue your property when it comes to re payment of outstanding debts.
Family or provided home
In the event that you as well as your spouse or civil partner are joint owners (under joint tenancy) regarding the family members or shared house, your partner or civil partner becomes the only owner on your own death. Read more