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Trustees

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Trustees have a fiduciary obligation to the trust they represent. The decision to have an evaluation done on any life insurance policies the trust owns, is recognized as one of those fiduciary obligations. As the secondary market continues to grow, increasing numbers of trustees are looking at life insurance settlements as a means of liquidity.

As the insured ages, premiums increase dramatically. Very often those premiums will become prohibitive for the trust to maintain. Before life insurance settlements entered the financial landscape, many trustees found themselves in the difficult situation of possibly surrendering a policy-obviously not what the grantor originally intended. However, as the times and financial health of individuals change, life insurance settlements may become the best option available.

With the knowledge that the beneficiaries will ultimately profit from the settlement proceeds, trustees should carefully analyze their specific scenario and determine if an evaluation is appropriate.

If you want to learn more, a conversation with Genesis is your next step!

Successful Settlements

  • 86 year old female
    Policy Face Amount: $500,000 Cash Surrender Value: $0 Genesis Procured: $150,000 An eighty six year old woman with a $500,000 policy no longer required the …

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