Contracts for Services

The estate or trust may have to settle some outstanding bills for services that were provided to the deceased or settlor, respectively. These should be listed as an Outstanding Bill in the Inventory.

Estate specific information

Contracts for personal services (i.e., personal services that the deceased might be contracted to do personally or that required the deceased's participation) cannot be enforced against an estate.

Note that any services contracted by an estate after the death should not be listed as a liability on the Final Inventory, but rather should be recorded as estate expenses.

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