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You should ask the Estate Executor for a letter acknowledging the debt and stating that there are no assets to repay it.

DH is the Executor, so I will tell him to ask the attorney about how to document this. It should be pretty straightforward. The estate will end up bankrupt as there is not enough money to pay off the Medicaid lien, so there will be all the right sort of paper trail readily available.
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