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The Probate Process and Executor Support
The probate process begins after a person has passed away and left behind property, including any real estate. Probating is a court-supervised process intended to gather and put value on the deceased person’s property to settle debts or other business matters and then distribute remaining probate property to heirs. The executor is a friend or loved one of the deceased person who will make decisions regarding his or her property. If you have already filed as the executor or are going to, Mark the House Buyer and his partner, Tim Williams, can help you with executor support. Mark and Tim have helped many clients in the Houston and greater Texas area through the probate process. They can help you dispose of personal property and can purchase real estate in cash with minimal hassle. When you lose a loved one, the last thing you need is to deal with unnecessarily complex processes surrounding the deceased’s personal property. Let Mark the House Buyer provide the executor support you need.
Angela W. - My 3 siblings and I inherited my parents’ house after their passing. None of us wanted to take care of the improvements necessary so we contacted mark. We accepted his offer and he walked us through the whole process and kept us up to date along the way. I’m very happy with the outcome.
The Responsibilities of an Executor
It is important to act fast in protecting your loved one’s assets before and during the probate process. First, you will need to file as the executor or administrator of the person’s estate. Mark is familiar with the state and local laws regarding probate court and he can help guide you. In Texas, the probate process follows some formal and some informal steps toward settling an estate. As an executor, you will carry some responsibilities, including:
Alerting the deceased person’s creditors of their passing.
Alerting other beneficiaries or heirs of their passing.
Creating an inventory and obtaining an appraisal of his or her assets, including property.
Distributing property fairly, a process which will be evaluated by the court. The amount of time you will spend on this depends upon if the deceased person had a will and/or how specifically it details the division of property.
Paying applicable debts using assets and property formerly owned by the deceased.
If You Decide to Sell Your Loved One’s Real Estate
When you contact Mark the House Buyer early in the process following a loved one’s death, he can provide salient information to help the process go as smoothly as possible. Mark provides executor support and is equipped to purchase homes fast, in cash and with minimal hassle.
Mark will arrange for the disposal of personal property, no matter where you live. He pays all closing costs, back taxes and any other liens tied to the property of the deceased. You can choose to close when you are comfortable. Mark is happy to make a courtesy call and meet you where and when it is most convenient to close. He can provide the executor support you need as you begin to divide and sell real estate and other property.
Cynthia F. - My house was going to be demolished and we were behind on taxes. Mark went to the city with me and worked with the city and saved the house. They paid off the taxes and I got the money promised to me. They even brought the title company to me. I live across the street from the house and love watching the house be remodeled.
Executor Support to Help You in a Time of Need
Mark is passionate about real estate and eliminating unnecessary hassle in a time of need. Mark the House Buyer offers free property evaluation and advice to residents in Houston and beyond. Contact us today if you have lost a loved one and need help navigating the process of probate.
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