Structured Settlements

When to Consider Using a Qualified Settlement Fund

A qualified settlement fund is a court-overseen settlement tool that receives settlement funds from one or more defendants. A qualified settlement fund then allows the plaintiffs the time and space needed to create a settlement plan that makes sense for them. A good...

Setting Up a Settlement Trust for a Competent Adult

In most competent adult settlement situations, it is common for attorneys to feel that competent adults can make decisions for themselves, so they settle a case, give the client the money, and hope for the best.  In some cases, clients are savvy enough to find a...

The Mechanics of Setting Up a Settlement Trust

Here at Amicus Settlement Planners, settlement trust is a topic that we often get asked about. People usually want to know: "What are the mechanics of setting up a settlement trust, and how do we actually go about doing it? Does the defendant have to pay directly to...

The “4-Bucket” Approach to Settlement Proceeds Planning

Many people often ask us, "What do you mean when you say settlement planning?" Basically, settlement planning is the process of deciding how to allocate a plaintiff's settlement. The 4-bucket approach to settlement proceeds planning involves allocating the funds...

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