The grief that comes after the death of a friend, relative or loved one is like no other. But oftentimes another kind of distress can unfold in the wake of someone's passing. You may be entitled to part of an inheritance bequeathed by the deceased but, because of legal procedures that can be lengthy, confusing and exasperating, you might spend many months -- or even years -- awaiting that to which you are legally entitled. That's why we are here to help.
We're here to help you if you are stuck waiting in the slow-moving probate process that might keep you from receiving the inheritance that is yours. If you are expecting to receive part of an inheritance but are at the mercy of a lengthy probate system that is delaying it, the Probate Cash Advance Center can get you the cash you need today.
When a person dies, the process of distributing that person's real and personal property is called probate, and it can be affected by a host of legalities that determine how and when any inheritance is distributed.
For example, did the deceased (known legally as the decedent) have a will? If so, the decedent's property is distributed accordingly. If the decedent didn't have a will when he or she died, though, state law will determine how the inheritance will be distributed. In either situation, probate dictates that the decedent's assets and debts must be accounted for and resolved before heirs can receive anything.
This accounting of assets, debts, taxes and other liabilities that could affect any inheritance can be a long and perplexing process, even if the decedent's estate distribution isn't contested by other parties. If there are objections to the distribution of an inheritance, you can expect the process to take even longer and become more complex.
Consider that the time from when a person dies to when his or her heirs can receive an inheritance can take anywhere from six months to several years or more.
But this is where an inheritance cash advance or probate cash advance service like ours can be of real and meaningful benefit to anyone expecting that to which they are rightfully entitled. And a free evaluation can quickly determine if you might benefit from our expertise and services.
Don't confuse an inheritance cash advance with a loan, because it is not. Nor do recipients of inheritance cash advances have to repay the advances. Instead, an inheritance cash advance is a straightforward transaction in which you receive your inheritance quickly and easily from the Probate Cash Advance Center at an affordable price and without any hidden fees. Also, we provide this service even as banks and credit unions typically do not.
To find out if you could benefit from our services, simply call 855-HEIR-LOAN and talk to one of our help specialists. The call and the evaluation are free.