The job of administering an estate is difficult at best. It's been said that the successful estate administrator is part accountant, part administrative assistant, and part psychologist. We have another qualification to add...part fraud examiner. Fraud from identity theft, like using a cellphone of the descendant for purposes of transferring funds, can drain an account. So can "Summary Billing Statements" submitted as the result of a Creditors' Notice. These are often hastily composed statements fraught with errors, and the errors are not obvious. So as the Administrator tries to take care of a multitude of details not related to the Creditors, and unless he or she has a background in billing (medical and otherwise), it is likely that the money of the heirs is being left on the table...maybe even thousands of dollars.
We are so sure that we can find fraud and errors in the estate that you are administering that we offer a money back guarantee. We will review Creditor Statements of the estate for a flat fee of $275. We guarantee that we will be able to find at least $250 in savings, or we will reimburse the difference. The additional $25 charge above the $250 is for Notifying Creditors of the death, thereby stopping interest and fraud immediately, as well as Notifying the three major credit bureaus of the death, thereby stopping fraud in its tracks. This charge is non-refundable. If you suspect there are inconsistencies in banking or investment accounts, we will review those as well for the same fee.
Should we believe, after the initial review, there is more work to do, we charge 1/3 of the found savings. We provide you with the revised bill/statement(s) for disbursement. We are then paid by the estate as an estate expense at the same time of payment to the other creditors. The estate has nothing to lose and everything to gain.
Call our office at 704-448-6140 to get started with your review.