As an attorney, you are familiar with the advantages and security a structured settlement offers your client. Structuring a portion of your attorney fee affords you the same benefits. By structuring a portion of your fee through a qualified or non-qualified assignment you are able to:
Defer all or any part of your fee; thereby reducing your taxable income in the year the case settles. Choose when your annuity payments will start at the time of settlement; there is no need to wait until age 59 for payments to begin. Generate lump sum payments for anticipated future expenses, such as: college tuition for children, grandchildren, or supplemental income for retirement years. Best of all, your payments will be guaranteed and unaffected by market volatility.
"John is diligent and compassionate in his approach in advising our clients and our firm with structures. A great resource and spectacular service."
- Randy Freking, Freking and Betz