Welcome to My Inheritance Cash
We are your ultimate destination for inheritance advances, also known as probate advances. If you are looking to access funds before the probate process is complete, My Inheritance Cash is here to assist you. Probate advances are not loans; rather you sell a portion of your inheritance to us and only when the probate process completes, are we repaid.
As an experienced inheritance and probate company, My Inheritance Cash ensures quick and efficient processing of your advance. There may be various reasons you require money before probate completes, such as paying bills, seizing a time-sensitive opportunity, or just covering daily living costs. Access your inheritance now, and continue doing the things you love to do!
We offer two primary services: probate advances and trust advances. Inheritance loans and probate advances may seem the same, but they are not. Inheritance loans are actual loans against the potential inheritance. With a probate advance, we have the same service. We purchase a percentage of your legacy, advance the cash to you, and collect the amount and any applicable fees from the estate at the end of probate.
Sometimes someone will leave money in trust. Usually the assets in a trust are illiquid, such as a business or commercial real estate. A trust advance lets you get access to trust funds now while the trust is selling the assets for eventual distribution.
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How Inheritance Loan Advances Work
Getting an inheritance advance is more accessible than getting a loan. When you apply for a loan, you must have good credit and establish that you can repay the principal. You may also have to begin repayment before probate ends. In contrast, to get an inheritance advance, you must provide information that lets us evaluate the estate’s value, show that you are an heir, and demonstrate what portion of the estate you will get at the end of probate.
Once we verify that information, we can get money for you. While people call them different names, we offer one main product: inheritance advances. We do not lend money, charge interest, or give you fees you cannot determine upfront. Instead, we give you an advance. To secure it, we purchase a portion of your inheritance. We charge a fee for that service. Costs depend on the amount that you are advanced. However, you will know the total cost before you get the advance.
The main benefit of choosing an inheritance advance over a loan is creditworthiness. You must go to a traditional lender to get an inheritance loan. You have to show that you have good credit, can immediately begin repayments, and begin those payments before you get your inheritance. You can pay far more than expected if the probate process is delayed. When you choose an advance, it does not go against your credit, you do not need good credit to qualify, and you never have to make a payment. Instead, we get the money directly from the estate at the end of probate.
Frequently Asked Questions
In most cases, this is not possible, because there needs to be sufficient funds at the end of the probate process to pay back our Advance. Unless there are other liquid assets in the estate, the home would need to be sold during probate to generate the needed cash.
No, Inheritances Advance are only available on Probate Cases and Trust within the United States. Heirs, however, can be located outside the country. Be careful, in most cases if you’re told that you or a loved one is to receive an “International Inheritance” it is a scam designed to collect “inheritance taxes” or “banker fees” that are not legitimate.
Yes, this is a normal part of the probate process. You are not waiving your right to any inheritance, you’re just telling the court that you don’t want to be in charge of the estate and that it’s okay for another person (usually a family member) to take on that responsibility.
Yes, but the Trustee will also have to sign off on the transaction.
Yes, we actually recommend it. If you take only what you need at the moment, it saves you money in the long run, as our fees are based on how long it takes for the estate to distribute.
In our personal lives, we see people struggling after the death of a loved one. Often that struggle was not just emotional but also financial. Even if people expected substantial inheritances, they could suffer for months or years during probate. That economic suffering could lead to interest on credit cards, foreclosures, repossessed vehicles, and more. So, we decided to offer a solution.
Since our beginning, we have provided tens of millions of dollars to thousands of beneficiaries. We have a reputation for honest dealing and excellent customer service, which has led to high customer satisfaction and an excellent reputation among probate professionals.
We put people before profit, which is why we think we have earned the trust of thousands of customers. If you need a probate advance, we hope you allow us to earn your trust.