There are always some home improvements waiting to be made. You could add a little something to your garden, redecorate the living room, or build a beautiful deck for those family Sunday lunches under the open sky. Your budget might not always agree with your plans, though. Still, the weather is great, the time is right, and if only the probate period ended, you’d have the money, and your beautiful deck would become a reality.

What if we told you that all of that is within your grasp?

Inheritance Advanced can help get a hold of your money—and put it to good use—before the probate period ends.

What is an inheritance advance?

Before you receive your inheritance, it has to go through the probate process. In practice, it means that there could be months—or even years—before you’re allowed to use the funds that someone left you. If you get an advance on your inheritance, you gain access to the estate—or just a part of it, if you so choose—without having to wait for the probate to be over.

An inheritance advance is useful if you:

  • Need the money as soon as possible. It doesn’t matter what you need it for—a deck for your home is as valid a reason as any. If you choose to get the advance through Inheritance Advanced, it’ll take up to three days. Almost no time at all, if you compare it to the probate, right?
  • Don’t have a great credit score. You don’t need any credit score at all to apply for an advance—you only need to be in the probate process. With us, you can get between $5,000 and $500,000 in advance, without anyone prying into your bank accounts.

What do you need to do?

You just need to apply, provide some info, and let us handle the rest. There are three steps to our process:

  1. Consultation. Our Funding Executives are there to inform you about all the details you require, no matter how minuscule they may be. They will explain the pricing, the process, and everything else you want to know.
  2. Review. In this step, we confirm your eligibility for an advance. We won’t go into your employment details, bank accounts, or credit score—we will only take a look at the petition for probate and the decedent’s will if there is one. The only thing that concerns us is the estate you’re about to inherit.
  3. Contract. After everything else is settled, both sides will sign the contract, and you will receive the funds you need. If everything goes well, this will happen no more than three days after you contact us for the first time.

Get your brand new deck in no time!

If you want to construct a deck to make the family gatherings even more pleasant, there’s nothing to stop you! With Inheritance Advance, you can get the funds to do that—or anything else you want—in less than three business days!