Expect a long delay in getting an inheritance as U.S. probate cases pile up due to the coronavirus courthouse shutdowns

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Waiting for a inheritance

The coronavirus pandemic unsettled the whole world and brought everything in it to a halt unexpectedly. Courthouses are no exception — all proceedings were paused during the pandemic shutdowns, and new cases piled up on top of the old ones. 

If you’re looking to settle your estate and receive your inheritance in the months ahead, the chances are that you’ll have to wait for your inheritance substantially longer than that. U.S. Probate Courts are overwhelmed by the probate cases resulting from the immense number of lives lost due to COVID-19 infections and other causes. 

Judicial proceedings are time-consuming — you would usually have to wait for nine to 24 months to get your inheritance under normal circumstances. That is too long as it is, especially when you think about the high funeral costs that were suddenly sprung upon your family and other debts that have to be settled. But factor in the delays brought about by the worldwide pandemic, and there’s really no telling when your probate will be granted.

Weather this storm with the help of Inheritance Advanced

Inheritance Advanced can grant you early access to your inheritance money. The process is fast and easy, and you will get hold of a portion of your inheritance in mere days!

We feel your pain and frustration over the delays in getting your estate settled and are proud that we can help. Getting an advance on your inheritance is a risk-free process, which only takes minutes of your time.

Here is what you need to do to get an advance on your inheritance:

  1. Apply. Get in touch with one of our friendly funding executives, and they will give you a free consultation regarding your application. Feel free to leave no stone unturned, and ask about everything you want to know concerning your inheritance advance. Our funding executives are forthcoming and approachable, and they will explain the whole process to you, from application to realization.
  2. Submit. We will need to take a look at some documents to determine that you are eligible for an advance on your inheritance. We will review your estate, your petition for probate, and the will if there is one. If there are enough assets in your estate, we will grant you your inheritance advance.
  3. Sign. You will sign a contract with us, and we will wire you your money in as few as three business days from the date of application. After that, you will never have to think about paying us — we will wait for the probate to conclude and will get compensated from your share of the inheritance, and the rest will go to you.

There are no downsides to getting an inheritance advance

The application process is quick and simple, and the funds will be on your account before you know it.

You getting an advance to your inheritance won’t affect the probate proceedings in the slightest, and you also won’t have to worry about harming the other beneficiaries to the estate. We will get paid back when the probate is over directly from your share of the inheritance. No one else will be affected—they don’t even have to know that you took the money in advance.

Contact us for a free consultation and side-step the courthouse delays today!