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If and when I die, does my debts that are not secured die with

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Your debts only die with you if there are not sufficient assets in your Estate to pay them.
Upon death, any monies/property/shares etc left by a deceased do need to be firstly used to pay any unpaid tax and funeral expenses. After these liabilities have been paid, any monies left over have to be used to pay any other debts you may have. If there isn't any assets left over, then the debts do indeed also die.
I hope this clarifies the position but please let me know if I can assist further.
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