Probate in Nova Scotia

In Nova Scotia probate is handled by the Probate Court. The Probate Court provides for the protection of heirs, legatees, and estate creditors. It provides a forum for adjudication without monetary limits.

It also holds the authority for the appointment of executors, administrators, appraisers, and guardians in relation to all estate matters within its jurisdiction.

The Probate Court has the supervisory authority for the proper management and distribution of estate assets, the approval of legal fees, and the setting of executors’/administrators’ commissions and expenses. 

Grand of Probate

A Grant of Probate is the document issued by the Probate Court of Nova Scotia, which certifies that the will was properly proved to be the last will of the deceased and registered in the Court. The Grant signifies that the Court properly granted administration of the testator’s property to the executor(s) named in the will. The Grant of Probate applies to all property, including all land, money, and other things owned by the deceased, located anywhere in the province. The executor takes his or her authority to deal with the estate from the will. The Grant of Probate is evidence of the executor’s authority.

The purpose of probate is to render the will usable by:

Nova Scotia probate can involve many delays, which can prevent you from receiving your money and putting it to work for you. Even if probate is not complete you may be able to get an advance of your inheritance.

How Can You Get Access to Inheritance Money in Nova Scotia Quickly?

There are ways to get your inheritance money faster—even before probate is finished.

A probate advance is a fast and secure way to get your inheritance in Nova Scotia. InheritNOW specializes in inheritance advances.  First, our experts evaluate the details of your inheritance and then offer you an advance. It’s important to remember that an inheritance advance is not a loan—it is your money delivered much sooner. No credit check required, and there is nothing for you to repay. If you accept our offer, you will receive your inheritance funds without delay, usually within two days. We take the risk of waiting for probate to close and are then compensated directly from the estate as agreed. The process for you is both easy and without stress. You get your money fast, and we take all the risk.

Advantages of a Nova Scotia
Inheritance Advance

As a firm specializing in cash advances for inheritance beneficiaries, we are able to get your money to you within a couple of days. This gives you a range of benefits:

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