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Cash for Inheritance is our business. Our financial services focuses on getting you cash for your inheritance and probate estate. Discover how easy it is to unlock cash flow to beneficiaries and heirs as fast as 72 hours.

Cash for inheritance payments provide a cash option for those who are entitled to assets granted to them through a will or trust. When assets are locked-up in probate it could be years before heirs receive their final distribution. Instead of putting finances on hold, heirs are now able to sell their inheritance for a lump sum payment through funding companies such as Simon Volkov.

Cash for inheritance programs can provide heirs with quick cash to pay off debts associated with probate or other financial obligations associated with the estate. Typically, when a person dies their estate is automatically placed into probate. Probate protects the deceased's assets and ensures outstanding debts and tax obligations are settled. The estate is assigned to a Probate Court judge who oversees the activities of the person assigned to administer it.

In order to avoid the probate process, one must setup a trust fund prior to their death. Not only does a trust eliminate the need for probate, it also provides privacy. Wills are a matter of public record, whereas trusts are private. Only those directly involved with administering the trust are privy to the legal documents and information contained therein.

There are different types of trusts including: Living Trust, Family Limited Partnership Trust, Special Needs Trust, Grantor Retained Annuity Trust, Personal Residence Trust, Qualified Domestic Trust, Charitable Trust, and Life Insurance Trust which is used to pay estate taxes and administrative fees.

If a person dies without leaving a will or establishing a trust fund, the Probate Court will assign someone to administer the estate. The estate executor may be a family member, friend, attorney, bank or trust company.

The probate process involves preparing and filing legal documents, publication of notices, court hearings, estate inventory and appraisal, completion of final tax return for the deceased, accounting procedures, distribution of assets to beneficiaries, and termination of probate.

Typically, estate assets are frozen in probate for one to two years. This can place a heavy financial burden on the estate administrator. Oftentimes, people will seek relief by obtaining a loan against the estate.

Traditional lending institutions generally will not provide loans to heirs using the estate as collateral because it is considered high-risk. Oftentimes, people will turn to secondary lending sources to seek financial relief. Unfortunately, these types of loans come with a monthly payment that includes high interest rates and fees. Then, there are those who cannot qualify for any type of loan due to their personal financial circumstances.

At SimonVolkov.com, we can provide you with cash for your inheritance in a lump sum payment regardless of your credit history. There is no monthly payment and we don't charge high interest rates or hidden fees. Our process is simple and requires less than five minutes of your time. Typically, you'll have money in your hands within three weeks.

If you are in need of cash for your inheritance, fill out our secure Inheritance Form. There is no consultation fee and your information is held in the strictest confidence. Upon receipt of your information, one of our qualified consultants will contact you within 48 hours. We look forward to working with you and assisting you through the process.

Because of the complexities of estate probate many people find that hiring an attorney is required. Should you require the services of a lawyer, seek out those who are well-versed in Inheritance Law. For recommendations, contact the American Bar Association at www.FindLegalHelp.org.