A state of Missouri life settlement occurs when a life insurance policyholder decides to sell a no longer needed or wanted life insurance policy to a third party investor. A Missouri life settlement has laws and regulations set up by the state of insurance department. Before a broker can initiate a Missouri life settlement they must be licensed in the state and complete all the requirements necessary to complete a life settlement transaction.
Many times a senior policyholder has outlived the original beneficiary or can no longer afford to pay large premiums. A life settlement offers an alternative for a policyholder looking to cash in their life insurance policy to the issuing insurance company. In order for an investor to see if a policy will qualify for a life settlement a life expectancy report and an in force illustration of the existing policy will be required. A life settlement broker can shop your policy with several investors to negotiate the best settlement offer on your behalf. If you would like more information regarding a Missouri life settlement and the opportunity for a free policy evaluation please click the link LIVEpdq.