By: Jessica L. Estes
The last thing anyone wants when a loved one dies is to be harassed by that person’s creditors. Unfortunately, it happens all too often. The mail comes, and in it, a letter from a creditor expressing their condolences and wanting to know who is responsible for paying the bills. Having just lost a loved one, you are not sure what your obligations are, nor is that your top priority. Likely, you toss the letter aside; you will deal with it later.