Is an Inheritance Cash Advance or Inheritance Loan Right For You?
- Yes – if you are a current Heir of an Estate in Probate or Trust in the USA or Canada; expecting an Inheritance of $15,000 or more.
- Yes – if you can’t wait for the Probate or Trust to distribute.
- Yes – if you want to access a portion of your Inheritance Now.
Why Should You Get an Inheritance Cash Advance from InheritanceNow.com?
- No worry, no stress, no heavy lifting. We do all the work.
- An Inheritance Cash Advance from Inheritance Now is as secure
and reliable as it is easy and fast.
- Your bank or credit union cannot provide you with an Inheritance
Loan, a Probate Advance, or a Trust Loan. Inheritance Now can.
Once Your Estate Loan or Trust Advance Information has Been Received it Generally Takes Only 2 to 3 Days to Get your Inheritance Money.
Call the Inheritance Cash Advance Hot Line at
THE INHERITANCE LOAN PROCESS
“How Fast and Easy is it to Get An
Inheritance Cash Advance?”
- Inheritance Now makes waiting for Probate to close, or your Trust to distribute, stress-free. With no up-front out-of-pocket costs, your Inheritance Advance will give you access to your own Inheritance cash – why should you worry? Inheritance Loans take the worrying out of waiting!
- Lengthy forms or arduous paperwork are not needed to apply for an Estate Loan or Trust Loan. Employment status and job history are also not required to get a Trust Inheritance Loan or Probate Inheritance Advance.
- It is always a fast approval process when applying for an Inheritance Advance, a Probate Loan or Trust Fund Loan. An Inheritance Cash Advance Manager is always available to help complete your application.
GETTING AN INHERITANCE ADVANCE
“How Do I Apply for an Inheritance Loan or Cash Advance Loan in the USA or Canada?”
The main requirement to apply for an Inheritance Cash Advance or Estate Loan is that you are a valid Heir of an Estate in Probate or Trust, in Canada or the USA; and can verify an expected Inheritance of $15,000+ in the USA or Canada.
All Inheritance Loan or Inheritance Cash Advance applicants submit Estate or Trust paperwork; a valid ID; and a brief Inheritance Now application form. An Inheritance Advance Manager is always available to assist.
To apply quickly for an Inheritance Advance, a Probate Loan or a Trust Fund Loan, simply call 1-800-775-8044; or fax to 1-949-249-2239. Or email your contact info via the Quick Form above. An Inheritance Loan Manager or Inheritance Advance Specialist will contact you the same day.
WHAT HEIRS LIKE YOU ARE SAYING...
About Their Probate and Trust Cash Advances
$40,000 Probate Advance
Joseph P. is a Probate Loan client trapped by cash flow problems. An Inheritance Cash Advance offered a perfect fast and secure financial solution. Joe emailed us:
“I can’t thank you guys enough! We were about to lose our home, when we discovered a financial life-saver for heirs like us called Inheritance Loans. We had no idea we could do this until we saw you on Google.com. Thank you Inheritance Now for coming through for us even better and faster than you said you would on your Website! Our $40,000 Probate Advance really saved us!”
$25,000 Trust Fund Loan
Grace W. was taking care of her mother, who was ill when she lost her job. A large Inheritance Loan based on her Trust provided a timely, life-saving option. Grace said:
“Our Trust Fund Loan made possible by the Trust my grandma left me was like a gift from Heaven… And Inheritance Now was so fast, I couldn’t believe we actually had put our $25,000 Inheritance Loan in the bank exactly 3 days after we finished our application. For once, you guys run a company that delivers what you promise on your Website! No kidding around.”
$70,000 Probate Loan
Janet P. didn’t know Inheritance Loans were possible until she called Inheritance Now and was approved for a $70,000 Probate Loan:
“It was like a fairy tale!” she exclaimed, “I felt like someone else in a movie or a fairy tale and I was the fairy princess lucking into a magic wish called an Inheritance Cash Advance which saved my life and helped pay for a surgery my husband needed to be able to go back to work! You know how cheesy insurance companies are. Well the Inheritance Loan took care of everything and allowed us to move on with our life successfully! Thank you Inheritance Now!!”
AN ATTORNEY DISCUSSES ATTORNEYS
What Should Probates and Trusts Cost?
Dan J. Wexler, senior partner at Quinlivan Wexler LLP offers an opinion on appropriate legal costs for Probate and Trusts:
“Writing a standard Trust can run anywhere from $2,500 to $5,000. It can cost more, but that’s the normal range to get a customized Trust. Going to a cheap ‘Trust Mill’ to get a $1,000 Trust is not the best idea… it won’t get you any real counseling or personalized legal service.
For Probates, attorneys can be often paid at the end when Probate distributes. Remember – Attorneys represent the Administrator or Executor, not the Heir. $3,500 should cover the smallest Probates… all the way up to $70,000+ for very complex estates.”
Should I Hire an Estate Attorney to Manage Probate?
“I would advise all InheritanceNow.com visitors and clients in the following way – some folks go back and forth for weeks trying to figure our how much money they might save by not hiring an attorney to handle Probate for their estate. Don’t even go down that road!
Let me say this: A wise man once said that those who hire themselves as their own lawyer have a fool for a client.
Let’s just say that if you go through Probate once without an experienced attorney you’ll understand without any equivocation exactly how important it is to have a seasoned lawyer on board when dealing with Probate filings and issues over 10, 15, 18 months or longer.
Not having a lawyer to manage your Probate is like going through a tooth extraction without anesthesia. Or even worse – without a dentist altogether!
Probate is a process that relies on accuracy and technical know-how. Trying to guess your way through Probate for a year, often a year and and a half, is only inviting trouble, errors and problems. Why take such a chance with something so important?
Better to spend a few dollars and get it right the first time.”