Things to Know for Pursuing Recovery When a Resident Passes Away
Things to Know for Pursuing Recovery When a Resident Passes Away



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Course Description

This program was recorded on May 11, 2018

In life, only death and taxes are certain. But what happens to a decedent’s debt after they pass? This presentation will outline various avenues for collecting debts upon the death of a resident, as well as debt collection rules. We will also cover the process of opening an estate as a creditor, outline the probate process, and provide insights into whether opening an estate is necessary and/or cost-effective.

Attorney Jackie RichardsonJackie Richardson
Jackie brings experience in handling an assortment of general litigation matters, focusing on effectively addressing a myriad of Medicaid related concerns and coverage issues for long-term care facilities and also handling Workers’ Compensation matters. Jackie received her Bachelor of Arts from the College of Charleston in 2006. She obtained her Juris Doctor from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 2009, where she was a member of the Moot Court Bar and South Carolina Journal of International Law and Business.

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  1. Learn how to pursue payment after the death of a resident
  2. Identify recovery options
  3. Discuss the probate process and opening estates as a creditor
  4. Ensure compliance with debt collection rules