How To Sell Your House in Probate

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The literal definition of Probate is, “the official proving of a will” and “establishing the validity of (a will)”. After someone passes away, their house may be left with no one because they did not make a will. This can be problematic for all family involved, including the courts. When establishing a will that someone is left with that may a lot them a property, it can be a messy process for all of those involved, especially if they did not leave anyone with their property before passing.

 

Probate refers to the process of a decedent’s debts that is being settled with the legal title to the decedents’ property that may be under their name, which is going through the process of handing the property to the heirs and beneficiaries. If the decedent had a will, and the decedent had property going through the probate process, the whole process starts when the executor, who is nominated by the decedent in the last will, shows the court the will for probate in a courthouse in the county where the decedent lived or owned property. If there is no will, then someone must ask the court to appoint him/her as administrator of the decedent’s estate.

 

 

If you are looking to sell while in this process, we can definitely help you! This process can be quite stressful, so that is why we also will purchase your house if you are going through the process of probate. We can help you if you are going through the process of probate with our lawyers taking care of the process for you. Just last week we helped someone who was going through the process and closed with them in just 7 days! So, It does not matter the situation; we can give a helping had to our customers who are experiencing probate.

 

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