Inheritance lenders claim that some inheritance cash advances present more risk than others... Meaning, the inheritance may not ever reach final distribution, due to unforeseen obstacles, or possibly a surprise creditor. This type of unusual, rare inheritance funding or inheritance financing scenario can cause additionally high fees to be imposed. This type of inheritance advance or estate advance – what many heirs call inheritance loans, or estate loans (even though they are not actually ‘loans’), tends to be pricier, although less complicated than an interest bearing loan, or line of credit, backed by other assets. There is no credit report or credit score required; and no income or employment checking to be concerned with.
To be eligible for this type of financing, you must be inheriting assets valued at $15,000+. You must be able to produce a photo I.D., as well as valid documents that prove you’re a valid heir, and state what, and how much, you are inheriting. Generally, although there are infrequent exceptions, you must also show proof that your estate has retained an attorney or law firm to manage the estate, and who will be responsible for paying back your trust fund advance or probate advance, when probate closes.
Inheritance funding is a relatively simple process for heirs, however it always makes sense to have your estate attorney look over your paperwork and agreement with the inheritance funding company you have chosen to fund your inheritance cash advance, to make sure it’s the best inheritance advance company for your particular needs.