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November 11, 2008

Inheritance Cash

Inheritance cash refers to a cash advance using inheritance held in probate as collateral. When estate assets are held in probate it can take months or years before distribution takes place. Instead of waiting for probate distribution, heirs can sell their pending inheritance in exchange for a lump sum cash payment.

Inheritance cash advances can be obtained through private investors, lenders or other funding sources. Beneficiaries can use the proceeds to pay off credit cards and other outstanding debts; invest in real estate, stocks, bonds, mutual funds and other investment portfolio opportunities; or fund a vacation. Unless the beneficiary has outstanding tax liens, creditor liens or child support, they are free to do whatever they desire with their inheritance cash advance

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