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I co-signed a revolving account with my cousin for one certain

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I co-signed a revolving account with my cousin for one certain item. He recently died. He lived in Ok. and I live in Ga. He never missed a payment and was always on time. In fact, he usually paid more than the required amount due. The interest rate is a whopping 25.99%. In this situation, am I absolutely required to keep making the payments? Is there a way out of this? I cannot afford it. I only agreed because I knew he would not let me down on this account. Neither one of us expected his death would intervene.
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Good evening. With regard to the lender, you are still obligated, but you can make a claim against his estate for any and all amounts owed, because it is the deceased who is the primary obligor.



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