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March 2014 Archives

Should you continue to pay your dead relatives' credit cards?

Many Pennsylvania residents wonder what will become of their relatives' credit card debt after those family members die. In some instances, adult children and other relatives continue to pay bills for parents or older family members who have passed away. Experts say that most relatives who are making such credit card payments should stop; such lenders should not continue to collect payments on decedents' accounts after their death.

High-asset Chapter 7 bankruptcy featured in cable reality show

Pennsylvania relatives will soon gain new insight into the personal life of a high-asset American who is facing personal bankruptcy. Famous businessman Todd Chrisley, who is starring in a new reality show on USA called "Chrisley Knows Best," filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection in August 2012. At that time, he had more than $4 million in assets, but his debts approached $50 million.

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