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Tell a Friend or Relative

Welcome to the Heir Advance referral program. This is where you can earn cash just for helping a friend or relative who is presently an Heir of a Probate or Beneficiary of a Trust.

If you refer a friend or relative to us who is an Heir or Beneficiary of a Probate or Trust – and who is looking for a cash advance on their inheritance as they wait for their Probate or Trust to close & fund – Heir Advance Co. will pay you a considerable referral fee!

As your friend or relative may have been waiting for their inheritance for some time, please refer them to us as soon as possible. Our simple form can get them started right away. Simply fill out the short form below. We will contact you and the heir or beneficiary as soon as possible.

You will be paid your referral fee 7 days after your friend or relative’s cash advance is funded. This is generally within 3 to 7 days after the paperwork has been received and processed through our office.

Heir Advance is the sole funding source, not a broker, so there are no “middle men” involved (which can often slow down the cash advance process).

You'll feel great about helping out your friend, relative, coworker or business associate, and - put some extra cash in your pocket too! It's a win-win scenario for everyone involved!

Your Name:
Your Email Address:
Your Telephone #:
Your Friend or Relative's Name:
Your Friend or Relative's Phone #:
City & State they Reside in:
State Probate was executed in:
Inheritance type: Probate Trust
How did you hear about us?
Additional Information:

General Info - Probate
General Info - Probate & Will
probate and  trust faq Is it always necessary to go through probate if there is a valid Will?
probate and  trust faq If I am named as Executor in the Will during probate, do I have to take on this responsibility?
probate and  trust faq How should probate unfold with an uncontested Will?
probate and  trust faq If the Will is missing, how would one determine if there was a Will to begin with?
probate and  trust faq What does one do if there is no valid Will, or the Will cannot be found?
probate and  trust faq What is involved in a formal Will contest during probate?
probate and  trust faq

What often happens if there are formal objections made to the Will during probate?

probate and  trust faq How do I protect my Will to make sure no one can challenge it?
General Info - Trusts
probate and  trust faq What exactly is “a trust”?What makes it a legal estate instrument?
probate and  trust faq What are the most popular forms of trusts in the US?
probate and  trust faq What is a trust estate?
probate and  trust faq What is the difference between a Trustor, a Trustee and a Beneficiary?
probate and  trust faq What are the duties and responsibilities of a Trustee?
probate and  trust faq How do I establish a Trust that is in line with my, and my family’s, specific needs?
probate and  trust faq Where would a Trust be physically located?
probate and  trust faq Can one create a trust, serve as the trustee and also be the trust beneficiary?
probate and  trust faq How is a “trust agreement” different than a “declaration of trust”?
probate and  trust faq What are some of the different forms a trust instrument can take?
probate and  trust faq What are some of the ways a trust can be an effective estate planning instrument?
probate and  trust faq What type of people should create a trust?
probate and  trust faq How much does it cost to create and maintain a trust?
probate and  trust faq When is a good time in ones life to plan and create a trust?
probate and  trust faq How does one go about selecting trustees and successor trustees?
probate and  trust faq What is “conservatorship” all about, in relation to a trust or probate?
probate and  trust faq How can a trust prevent a conservatorship proceeding?
probate and  trust faq How could a trust legitimately lower the federal transfer tax liability of an estate?
probate and  trust faq What protection is created for my family by having a “revocable living trust”?

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