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Structured Settlement Lawyer

Transfers of Structured Settlement Payment Rights Most Misunderstood Courthouse Terms G-L Guardian Ad Litem – A person appointed by the court to look after the interests of a minor or an incapacitated person whose property or rights are involved in litigation Guardianship – Legal right given to a person to be responsible for the food, […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

When Personal Injury Claims Are Considered For Periodic Payments Or A Lump Sum

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 […]

Burning Through 90k In A Year From A Lump Sum Payment

Block 19.3 Article 2.3 Transfers of Structured Settlement Payment Rights   Burning Through $90K in a Year from a Lump Sum Payment Hindert, et al in Structured Settlements and Periodic Payment Judgments October 2014, give a great example in a “lump-sum-gone-bad” where in this case, the claimant would have greatly benefited from some kind of […]

Seeking To Transfer Payments The 2nd Or 3rd Or 4th Time Around

Block 18.1 Article 2.3 Transfers of Structured Settlement Payment Rights Seeking to Transfer Payments the 2nd (or 3rd or 4th) Time Around?  Read This: The first transfer company cannot make you continue to do business with them, but practical considerations often make it difficult for a payee (person selling their payment rights) to change transfer […]

Prior Transferee Qualifies As Interested Party

Article 2.3 Transfers of Structured Settlement Payment Rights Prior Transferee Qualifies as Interested Party under SSPA’s with Joinder Rules Courts should “consider” this option, it’s only fair, and efficient.  It’s not law. If you’re going into a second, third or fourth transfer, your previous transfer company that you did business with, could be party to […]

Not All Structured Settlements Can Be Transferred

Article 2.3 Transfers of Structured Settlement Payment Rights Not all Structured Settlements Can Be Transferred:  Find Out if Yours Can There are a variety of Federal and State laws that could make your structured settlement exempt from being transferred under Structured Settlement Protection Law.  It all depends on the nature of the underlying settlement. For […]

What Happens If An Interested Party Actually Opposes Your Application

Block 18.2 Article 2.3 Transfers of Structured Settlement Payment Rights What Happens If an Interested Party Actually Opposes Your Application? The opposing party is not likely to conduct any searching cross-examination; but it’s not out of the question.  According to experts in the field, Daniel W. Hindert, and Craig H. Ulman, if the party opposing […]

Transfer Agreement Does Not Disclose Prior Transfers

. Block 18.3 Article 2.3 Transfers of Structured Settlement Payment Rights New York State:  Transfer Agreement Does Not Disclose Prior Transfers: Some New York Courts Think it Should “The Court is of the view that in order to assess the overall best interest of the payee, and the welfare of the payee’s dependents, the application […]