Q: Is there any liability for heirs in Oklahoma for foreclosed home after death of parents?
My parents owned a home in Oklahoma and abandoned it to live in Texas with my sister. They died in Texas without a will.
A: Sorry for your loss.
You are not responsible for your parent's debts unless you cosigned. If there is a probate and there are assets, the creditors can only share in the proceeds from those assets. If there was a foreclosure in Oklahoma, in order for the creditor to have any claim they would have to seek and recover a deficiency judgment. If they didn't then you probably don't need to worry about any claims from that creditor.
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