Letter to Creditors After Death
A Letter to Creditors After Death is a notice sent to all known creditors and potential creditors of a deceased person. It ensures that creditors are aware of their right to present a claim against the estate. The personal representative is required to inform the estate’s creditors that the deceased person has died, and informs them about what they have to do to present their claim, if any, against the deceased person’s estate.
Once notified, all creditors have a limited amount of time to present their claims. This letter is sometimes published in the county newspaper where the deceased’s probate claim is, or would be, filed. Publication makes certain all unknown creditors have an opportunity to learn of the decedent’s death and present their claims against the estate.
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