Structured Settlements

When to Consider a Special Needs Trust When Settling a Case

https://youtu.be/vBqj5cMWr-o If you have a client who is disabled and receives Medicaid or Supplemental Security Income (SSI), some planning needs to be done before settlement to make sure the client maintains eligibility for those benefits. One of the most popular...

The Tax-Exempt Status of Structured Settlement Annuities

Structured settlement annuities are not taxable —  they're completely tax exempt. It's a common question that we are asked by personal injury attorneys, and in certain situations, the tax-exempt nature of structured settlement annuities results in significant tax...

What is Settlement Planning?

Settlement Planning is a term that settlement planners commonly use, but is not a common phrase. Most people probably don't know what settlement planning means. Settlement planning encompasses everything that happens at the conclusion of a personal injury case. Our...

Settlement Planning for Non-Traditional Clients

In helping thousands of personal injury recipients over the years, we’ve found that most personal injury settlement recipients are not financially sophisticated. These clients have never had to manage a substantial amount of money. They usually don't have financial...

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