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Collection of Child Support from Estate of a Deceased Parent

If you are a parent entitled to receive child support, and the parent who was supposed to pay support has failed to do so, and then passes away, you may be able to collect from the deceased parent’s estate the unpaid support which the deceased parent missed.

If you have such a situation, it is important for you to consult with an experienced family law attorney to determine your rights and to assist you in collecting the past due support, if there are assets in the estate of the deceased parent.  And there are deadlines which may apply to your claims against the estate, so it is important to act quickly.

If you are owed child support and the parent who failed to pay the past due support is deceased, you must act quickly to protect your rights against his/her estate.

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