When a relative dies, his or her property must go through a succession. Basically, a succession is the formal process of placing the decedent’s assets into the hands of his/her legal heirs. Often, this is also referred to as a “probate” process. There are many legal technicalities when is comes to this process. Does the decedent have a will or not? Have all of the decedent’s relatives been contacted? Who is the Executor of the Estate? i.e. the legal representative of the estate. How much do I pay the Executor?
The good news is that when you choose to sell to our company, we can help guide you through the process. Often times, you must actually put up a bond (money in the form of a bond) to the court to start the process and pay thousands to a law firm. While it seems confusing that before you actually inherit the property, you must pay out fees to the courts and attorneys, our company can often assist you with the process so that you don’t need to come out of pocket thousands of dollars just to inherit your property. We will also buy the property as is so you don’t have to pay for costly repairs as well.