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Pierro Investments specializes in probate home sale solutions. Sell quick? We close in days. Needs repairs? We buy “as-is”. Help with attorney fees? We got you covered. Buyer to stick around for lengthy proceedings? We’re there for you. Our goal is to make selling probate property simple and allow you to move forward without the burden of carrying the extra stress.
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How Probate Works & Resources
“Probate” proceedings normally start before an inherited house is sold. Probate is the legal process that occurs after a person (“the decedent”) passes away. Probate is the administration of the “estate” (the sum of the decedent’s assets). Probate has two main objectives: (1) debts of the estate are settled, and (2) ownership of property is transferred to heirs and beneficiaries.
Probate litigation has five stages.
- Filing the petition.Probate litigation is instituted by either: (1) an executor (or personal representation) named in the will applying for the court to validate the will; or (2) when there is no will, a person petitions the court to be named executor.
- Notice to creditors and beneficiaries. The personal representative must notice anyone with an interest in the estate (creditors and beneficiaries).
- Payment of the Estate’s debts, taxes, and expenses. A decedent’s debts do not disappear – they must be paid before you inherit any property. Probate property is commonly used to satisfy outstanding debts such as mortgages, back taxes, city violations, credit cards, HOA fees. Relatives are not personally liable for the estate’s debts. However, inheritance only occurs where enough assets existed to pay off the decedent’s debts.
- Legal title of property transferred in accordance with the will or local inheritance laws. Once approved creditor claims are satisfied, the personal representative petitions the court to transfer remaining assets to beneficiaries in accordance with the will or local laws.
- Closing the probate estate. The estate is formally closed with the executor preparing a final account, petition for distribution, a final hearing with notice to all interested parties, distributing the assets, and the execute filing a closing statement confirming asset distribution.
There are resources online to learn about inheriting property. Obtain information about each stage of probate on nolo.com. The American Bar Association, the world’s largest professional legal association, defines probate and advises as to whether to file litigation. Learn the pros and cons of probate on LegalZoom. Search for a qualified probate attorney on Avvo. Redfin has a guide for selling inherited houses.
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Our goal is to make selling probate property easy. Fair cash offers, honesty, and hassle free closings.
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