Jul 5, 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.

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