Q-[name omitted]represented my mother’s estate and my sister and I as personal representatives. She failed to notify the funeral home as a creditor, got herself paid, then stuck us with the funeral bill since my mother had no money left in her account. Then she told us “you got enough”, pay the funeral bill.

A-Although truth is indeed a complete defense to defamation, you need to be careful using quotes that are likely paraphrased as you did in the question here… that might not be the “truth” and depending on how far off it is and how damaging to a character it might be, it could still be defamation.