Selling Your Structured Settlement When Tragedy Strikes
Tragedy, unfortunately always seems to come in threes. Perhaps you are injured and unable to work, or are going to school as a single parent and having a hard time making ends meet. Maybe you are living away from your family, as it was the only way you could find employment. However, now you are paying for two households, and unable to pay for the move that will bring the family back together. The important thing to remember is that when tragedy strikes, you can always count on your structured settlement to work for you, by giving you that little extra breathing room.
If you are reading this, chances are you have already contacted your annuity company, asking if there was any chance of receiving an early pay out for your remaining structured settlement. Like most people, you probably received the bad news that "we cannot award an early payout, as once a settlement has been made, you must wait for each payment as it was originally set up." At that point, they might have added the comment that your settlement payments were set up for your best interest. What these companies fail to consider, is that there are times in a person's life, when a lump-sum payment is just what you need. Sometimes, in order to get out of a really bad situation (debt, medical emergency, etc.), a lump-sum of cash is really the only way out.
Not everybody knows that there is a way around the naysayers who discourage the early cash-in of a structured settlement. However, there is, by a third party, and there are many companies that specialize in getting you cash for your settlement. The entire process takes about 30 to 45 days, and the cash will be wired directly to your account. It can be a short road to recovery, but it begins with one of the most important decisions you may ever make. Which company should you rely on to help put your life back together? Call us to find out more about what we have to offer.
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