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August 30, 2011


Have you ever inherited anything from a deceased relative? If so, you know it's a bittersweet experience. Inheritance gifts hold many sentiments. They can alter your life if consisting of large sums of money or valuable property such as real estate or jewels.

Inherited gifts can be a blessing or a curse. As a probate liquidator, I've watched many families engage in inheritance wars over a deceased relative's belongings. I've also seen the disappointment on people's faces when they discover everything their relative owned has to be sold to pay off outstanding debts or past due taxes.

Real Estate Investing article on "Inherited"

July 12, 2011


The term 'inherited' typically refers to receiving property from a person who has passed away. There are a couple of ways that people can inherit property. It can be gifted before death or after the person passes away. Gifts can be given through a Will or via probate estate settlement proceeding.

Nearly anything can be inherited. People can gift money, personal belongings, real estate, business assets, or household items. Even pets can be bequeathed through a last will and testament.

Inheriting loved ones belongings is a bittersweet event. It's never easy to lose a relative or friend, but acquiring some of their assets can ease the grief. For most people, inherited items are filled with sentimental value. However, things can turn ugly when valuable items and large sums of money are involved

Real Estate Investing article on "Inherited"