Structured Settlement Buyouts As a Structured Settlement Attorney that represents sellers of structured settlements as an Independent Professional Advisor, we found this article very interesting. By Terrence McCoy September 1 at 7:50 PM Two members of… Continue reading Lawmakers ask attorney general to probe structured settlement buyouts
NASP National Association of Settlement Purchasers is one of the leaders in Structured Settlement Transfer Reform, I as an industry expert have been invited to many of their conventions. It is Continue reading Structured Settlement Lawyer
4 Article 2.3 Transfers of Structured Settlement Payment Rights Most Misunderstood Legal Courthouse Terms D-F Deadlocked – When a jury cannot reach a verdict due to irreconcilable differences of opinion. The fact that a jury has ben deliberating for several days does not mean that the jury is deadlocked Declaration – A written statement made by witnesses, not under oath, subjecting them to perjury for its violation Default Judgment – A judgment entered after failure of a party to appear, or plead, or take some required step in a case at the appointed time Demurrer (de’-M’er) – A challenge […]
In this every changing financial climate a person’s financial needs or wants can change dramatically over night both as a result of the recession, and changing financial needs, many individuals with Continue reading WHAT EVERY PERSON WISHING TO SELL A STRUCTURED SETTLEMENT
Transfers of Structured Settlement Payment Rights Most Misunderstood Courthouse Terms, the P’s Parole – The supervised conditional release of a prisoner before the expiration of his or her sentence. If the parolee observes the conditions of parole, he or she need not serve the rest of his or her term. Peremptory Challenge – An objection to a juror where no specific reason for the objection is given. Plea – The formal response of a defendant to a charge. The pleas are: guilt […] Continue reading Structured Settlement Lawyer
By Newswire Sept. 14, 2014 2:06 p.m. What is the Difference Between the Disclosure Statement, Transfer Agreement, and the Annuity Contract? The Disclosure Statement The disclosure statement is the document you Continue reading Difference Between the Disclosure Statement, Transfer Agreement, and the Annuity Contract
Block 19.2 Article 2.3 Transfers of Structured Settlement Payment Rights When Personal Injury Claims are Considered for Periodic Payments or a Lump Sum Three experts in the field: Daniel W. Hindert, Joseph Julnes Dehner, and Patrick J. Hindert, published a book in October 2014, Structured Settlements and Periodic Payment Judgments that gives the short list of instances where periodic payments would be appropriate. Not all personal injury claims are appropriate for a lump sum p […] Continue reading When Personal Injury Claims are Considered for Periodic Payments or a Lump Sum
Transfers of Structured Settlement Payment Rights Most Misunderstood Courthouse Terms M-O Manslaughter – Involuntary – The unintentional taking of human life as a result of performing an unlawful act or in negligently performing a lawful act Manslaughter – Voluntary – The unlawful taking of human life under circumstances short of premeditated intent to kill Minute Order – A memorandum of the orders and proceedings of the court made by the clerk and maintained as the official reco […] Continue reading Structured Settlement Lawyer
Structured Settlement Attorney Independent Professional Advisor Independent Professional Advisor Helps Consumer: Comparison of Court Terms In Comparison of Court Terms (part 1) we left off with the “J’s”. And like we said in Part 1: Court language can get tricky because of similar words used in phrases, or some concepts are used in Civil Court, and others for Criminal Court, but the meanings are VASTLY different. Take a look: Limited Criminal refers to misdemeanors, infractions, and traffic offenses. Limited Civil refers to cases with claims up to $25,000, including small claims cases. General Criminal refers to felony matters, and […]
The post Structured Settlement Attorney Independent Professional Advisor appeared first on Structured Settlement Attorney 800.200.4384.
The West Virginia Structured Settlement Protection Statute ARTICLE 6H. TRANSFERS OF RIGHT TO RECEIVE FUTURE PAYMENTS. §46A-6H-1. Definitions. For the purposes of this article: (1) “Closing date” means the date the transfer agreement is executed by the consumer and the transferee, and shall be at least fourteen days after the requisite disclosures have been provided to the consumer and interested parties. (2) “Consumer” means any person entitled to receive periodic future payments from an annuity issuer, settlement obligor or any other party as the result of an annuity, settlement, lottery winnings, sweepstakes payoff or other future payment arrangement. (3) “Discounted […]
The post The West Virginia Structured Settlement Protection Statute appeared first on Structured Settlement Attorney 800.200.4384.