Are you entitled to an inheritance but need the funds now?
Inheritance advances designed specifically for Executors, Trustees and Beneficiaries.Apply Today
A simple, fast and stress-free process. Receive your inheritance loan within 24 hours of approval.
When the funds are coming but you need them today.
Estate and inheritance claims can take months and even years before they’re resolved. And even then, it can take between six and twelve months to transfer all the funds, assets and property in an estate. Whether you have bills to pay, estate debts to clear up, or wish to use the money at your own discretion, we can help.
What can an inheritance
advance be used for?
- Professional fees (legal, probate, etc.)
- Estate costs (mortgage, maintenance, etc.)
- Estate litigation funding
- Maximizing the value of the estate for resale
- Personal reasons (at your own discretion)
- Funeral costs
Waiting isn’t an option.
Let’s get the ball rolling.
Repay us when
the estate is finalized
or any time before.
We keep the process
easy and stress-free.
Our friendly and
experienced team is
here to help.
Frequently Asked Questions
The funds can be used for anything at your discretion. Executors or trustees typically use an advance to cover any estate debts, bills or expenses like mortgages or maintenance costs, and it can also be used for funeral costs. An Inheritance Advance can also be used to maximize the value of the estate by updating or renovating the estate property for a higher resale price. Beneficiaries use Inheritance Advances in numerous ways including paying off bills or debt, down payments for new properties, investments or personal expenditures.
No. They can be used at your own discretion.
Our inheritance loans start at $5,000 with no limit on the maximum loan amount. The approved amount will be based on a review of your file and anticipated inheritance.
Probate is a legal process that takes place after someone passes away and includes proving in court that a deceased person's will is valid (usually a routine matter) identifying and inventorying the deceased person's property and distributing the remaining property as the will directs. Unfortunately, the probate process and the administration of the estate can take months and even years to conclude.
All we need is a completed application to get the process started. We will be in touch with you to request any additional information.
No. Your application is based on the value of the estate or anticipated inheritance so a credit check and proof or income are not required.
Repayment is not required until your estate has been finalized and you are in receipt of the estate funds. You can repay the entire loan or set up a payment plan at any point before the estate is finalized without any penalty or fees.
In today’s housing market, updating or renovating the inherited property(s) can increase the resale price significantly which consequently increases the amount each beneficiary receives. An Inheritance Advance can be utilized to cover the costs up front and simply repaid when the estate is finalized and the property sold.
No. An Inheritance Advance and an Inheritance Loan are the same thing, however an Advance best describes this solution because it represents the funds that you will eventually receive from the inheritance you are entitled to.