How Does Selling your Structured Settlement Payments Work?

Peachtree can help you get a lump sum by buying your future structured settlement payments. Our goal is to give you more ways to access your money, enabling you to spend it the way you need to.

Selling your payments is a regulated process. We have a lot of experience with these transactions, so we have put together this guide for how the process works and common questions our customers ask.

Every structured settlement is unique, which means every payment sale will be different, but they all have the same basic six steps:

  1. Call one of our representatives
  2. Receive a free, no-obligation quote for the sale of your payments
  3. Review and sign the purchase agreement
  4. We process the agreement with your insurance company and local court
  5. A judge reviews the transaction and, if approved
  6. You get your cash
  • Call one of our representatives
  • Receive a free, no-obligation quote for the sale of your payments
  • Review and sign the purchase agreement
  • We process the agreement with your insurance company and local court
  • A judge reviews the transaction and, if approved
  • You get your cash

After Selling Your Payments

Once you receive your lump sum, it is your money. There is no more paperwork, just cash. If you did not need to sell all of your future payments to meet your current needs, you will continue to receive the remainder of your structured settlement payments.

If you have remaining payments and would like to get another lump sum, please reach out! We are always excited to help people reach their financial goals.

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All transactions are at Peachtree’s sole discretion and are subject to court approval and other underwriting requirements. Peachtree does not provide legal, tax, or financial advice. Please consult with appropriate independent professionals for such advice.

Call 1-800-317-1962 and speak with a representative today!