How to find and buy structured settlements
People buy structured settlements from a party to whom a monetary judgment has been awarded for the guarantee against payment because a judge has ordered someone to pay someone a sum of money.

This makes the settlement structure an attractive investment vehicle. A healthy benefit can be achieved by purchasing the amount of solution less than the total amount of the premium. The local courthouse is the first step in the search for a structured solution to buy.

Travel in your local courthouse. Courts generally have information booths where a person can go to where you need to go. Find the location where the files are saved for review.

Look through the archives of civil documents with the title "trial" or "regulation".

Read the trial or arrangement carefully. Often, the actor is the one who has been awarded a judgment, however, the defendant can be awarded a money judgment if he has successfully won in a counterclaim.

Make sure that the regulation indicates that the judgment is final and there are no pending hearings on the subject, which indicates that the solution is final.

Look for the certificate from the last page of the mail statement document or agreement. This will have contact information of all parties or their attorneys. Write down the contact information of the party to whom the money judgment was assigned.

Contact the party or your lawyer to acquire the structured solution. If the person is interested in the solution and then negotiate and finalize the terms of the contract, in accordance with all local and state laws regarding the purchase of the settlement structure.

See also "Structured Settlement Annuity Companies"