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August 31, 2008

Advance Inheritance

Advance inheritance can be obtained by heirs and beneficiaries against estates held in probate. When a person dies, all of their assets are transferred to probate where a judge must assess the inventory and ensure it is divided according to the decedent's Last Will and Testament. If a person dies without a Will (intestate), the judge will distribute inheritance property according to state laws.

Advance inheritance is not a loan and does not have to be paid back by the person who borrows funds. Instead, advance cash lenders are reimbursed for the full amount when the estate is settled. For this reason, beneficiaries cannot receive the full amount of inheritance monies due to them. Typically, lenders cap the inheritance advance at 70- to 85-percent of the amount due to the beneficiary.

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