There are numerous questions submitted to our website daily on the best way to go about selling a structured settlement. Our clients are receiving monthly payments from an insurance company like Metlife or Symetra and realize that they would rather have a lump sum of money today instead of receiving 30 payments at $1,350 a month over the next 30 years of their life.
In some cases it makes great sense to cash in your structured settlement annuity and other cases it does not. Like everything else in life there are pros and cons of selling off these payment streams. The pros of doing so are that you can get the money you need to get out of something that is commonly called a hardship. Hardships are when you are in a very tough or difficult financial situation and the scenario calls for you to get as much money as you can at any cost in exchange for getting out of a deep dark financial black hole. Other situations where it is a big pro to selling a payment is when you want to purchase a home and need to raise as much money as possible for the down payment or in a lot of our clients situations they need help to pay the mortgage so that they do not lose their house or apartment and thus we come in and help them to stave off the creditors and pay them a large lump sum of cash in exchange for the rights to their payment streams.
No matter what your situation calls for the steps to selling a structured settlement is easy. You need to contact us using the form above and from there we will get you the amount of money you need and set you up with the proper documents, court dates, and more information.
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