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November 16, 2009

Probate Money

Probate money refers to cash, coins, gold or currency gifted to beneficiaries through a decedent's last will and testament. Unless protected through a trust, inheritance money must be processed through probate before distribution can occur. Unfortunately, this process can extend for months or years.

Probate money can also refer to cash obtained through the sale of probated assets. Many aspects are involved with selling inheritance assets held in probate. Much depends on the type of asset and its value. Selling a business or piece of real estate requires considerably more effort than selling a valuable stamp or coin collection.

Real Estate Investing article on "Probate Money"

December 09, 2008

Inheritance Loans

Inheritance loans aren't really loans at all. Instead, they are cash advances available to beneficiaries entitled to assets held in probate. Probate is the process used to determine the validity of a decedent's Last Will and Testament and proper distribution of financial holdings and personal belonging.

In order to qualify for inheritance loans, beneficiaries must be entitled to at least $15,000. There are two primary inheritance cash funding sources: inheritance lending companies and private investors.

Real Estate Investing article on "Inheritance Loans"