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does a state lien become extinguished after death?

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i was just told by someone that this was true and i find it hard to believe. this is regarding PA if that matters


if you die and have a bank account with a lot of money in it, even if the state has a PA state tax lien, i was told the state cannot come after the estate for the money because you are dead. i thought the point of an estate was to pay off the debts of the deceased. 


theres no clear answer on the pa revenue site that i could find and i dont wanna be on hold forever . but this makes no sense because everyone would be avoiding liens this way wouldnt they?

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