We simplify
the worst job

you never wanted.

Where do you begin with the inheritance you never expected – managing after death tasks? Begin here.

When someone dies, you have enough to worry about. Sorting through hundreds of unexpected projects and tasks shouldn’t be one of them.

We get it, we’ve been there and can help you every step of the way, and we can manage all of it for you – saving you hundreds of hours and potentially thousands of dollars.

Every life
leaves a mess.

Each year Americans spend 1.5 billion hours closing accounts, selling property, cleaning out garages, and a mountain of other tasks that are necessary after someone dies. What’s worse is many of these things are bundled in endless red tape. Merely finding out what bank and investment accounts someone had can be tricky because banks make survivors jump through a myriad of hoops before giving up any information.

Enter Estate Grid: The Experts in Post-Death Logistics.

EstateGrid has spent decades learning the intricacies of everything associated with closing out the estate after a death. Most importantly, we know that each of these situations is unique.

We can help you:
Sell a house Find investment accounts
Appraise Valuables Re-home a pet

How It Works

Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
Verify your identity Verify your relationship to the decedent and provide details about their circumstances EstateGrid creates a custom plan for you to resolve things in a fraction of the normal time

About Us

EstateGrid started when founder Kat Reed’s mother died. Kat searched for resources to help her know what needed to be done and how to do it. She found nothing, so she wrote the book Begin Here: helping survivors manage to guide others through the process, then spent years talking to and helping survivors. During the COVID pandemic, she teamed up with experts in building user-friendly web applications so she could help not just a few survivors a year, but millions. As Mary Ann Evans (aka George Eliot) said, What do we live for, if it is not to make life less difficult for each other?