The Validity of Law is Not Related to Morality when it comes to Structured Settlement Transfers & Independent Professional Advice

 Structured Settlement Transfers, Legal vs. Moral

What is legal does not mean it is moral.  Do not confuse the two words.  Just because a judge can approve your transfer when you do not have an adviser, does not mean the judge agrees with what you are doing.  It just means it's legal, (as long as you signed the "waiver"), not moral.  Not smart either.

What Can Be Moral and Legal (and smart)

Is that you are doing everything in your power to protect and inform yourself to get the best price possible for your structured settlement payments.  You have $1500 to hire an adviser for this purpose only.  That is legal and moral (and smart).

What Can Be Legal and Not Moral

The fact that you are loosing so much money in the first place, is legal, not moral.   But as long as you go in this contract with your eyes wide open, and you have a need right now in your life that warrants selling your payments, there is law in place that makes this legal, not necessarily moral.

There are multiple transfer companies that offer competitive prices for your payments; you might not have known that.   The transfer companies might not tell you this.  That's legal, not moral.  But it's good business practice on their part, not yours.  Your independent professional adviser can help you shop around for the best prices.


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Structured Settlement  Transfers,  
Independent Professional Advisors
Structured Settlement Attorney Eugene Ahtirski
It is our intention here to show that having an Independent Professional Advisor in your structured settlement transfers is extremely important. As each case is very unique, only a trained =, experienced professional can see their way through the legal system correctly.