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Client First Consultation Definition

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Client First is a different kind of structured settlement purchaser.

If you have a structured settlement or an annuity, you may be able to sell all or part of it. Do you need money to pay bills, buy a house or car, or set up a business? Whatever you need the money for, Client First can help you get it.

Who is Client First Settlement Funding?

We are experts in reviewing structured settlement transactions and determining how to get more cash for our customers. We have been innovators in providing clients with lump sums from their structured settlements. Everything we do is designed to put YOU and your needs first.

Why Use Client First to Sell All or Part of Your Structured Settlement or Annuity?

One-to-one attention from an experienced consultant:

  • We keep our costs down so we can pass the savings along to you
  • We always remember it is your money, your settlement & your decision
  • No surprises – the amount we offer is the amount you receive

How We Work to Help You Understand Your Options in Selling Your Structured Settlement or Annuity

Our experienced staff will take the time to go over all your options. We will take a look at your current settlement or stream of payments and provide you with options that give you the money you need.

We use clear language so you understand all the terms and all the steps involved in the process. We’ll handle the many legal processes and procedural barriers that may keep you from the money you need now.

We will work to get you your money as soon as possible. With Client First’s streamlined process, you’ll have your money in your pocket when you need it most.

Why Sell Your Structured Settlement or Annuity?

Why should you sell your structured settlement? Life is constantly changing, and maybe your financial needs have, too. Some events may be anticipated, while others are totally unforeseen.  “Life happens,” as they say.  Needs arise and require more money than you have on hand. Or sometimes you just want to change your life.
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Can I Sell My Structured Settlement or Annuity?

If you have a structured settlement or annuity, you may think that your decision is now final and how you receive your money is set in stone. Maybe you are feeling that your previous decision has you trapped, because you don’t have enough money coming in each month to keep up with your bills. But what you might not know is that you may be able to sell all or part of your structured settlement or annuity.
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How Do I Sell My Structured Payments or Annuity?

Not everyone who has a structured settlement or annuity realizes that they may be able to sell it. Most state legislatures have enacted laws that allow the sale of structured settlements and annuities.

Whatever your reason for needing cash, first you need to decide if you are selling all or part of your settlement or annuity.  Do you want all of your cash now, or would you like to still have periodic payments coming in? You need to think about what is best for your particular situation. What will help you balance your immediate needs with your long-term plans?
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