Heir or Beneficiary
If someone close to you has passed away and named you as an heir or beneficiary, you may find yourself in an uncertain situation. Depending on the state of affairs at the time of death, it may take a significant amount of time before you can expect to receive your inheritance.
If you are inheriting property, you may find yourself in the unexpected position of being responsible for property taxes, HOA fees and other costs related to the upkeep and maintenance of a property that might be far away. Call us at (317) 344-8908 for a free consultation and get connected to pre-screened resource providers that can help, including real estate professionals, liquidators, attorneys, property management services, appraisers, financial consultants and more.
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