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Can I Get Money Before My Court Date?

While the folks who call our company looking to sell their future structured settlement or annuity payments for cash almost always need it soon, they are also often prepared to wait the required time it takes for their transaction to complete the court approval process. They understand that transaction times vary by customer and location and that, although J.G. Wentworth can file the necessary documentation in a timely fashion, they can’t influence the availability of court dates in your jurisdiction.

But what about those folks who need money right away? Is there any way for them to get money before their court date?

Fortunately for J.G. Wentworth customers, the answer is that in many cases there is a way to get money before your court date. Once you have met certain criteria you can receive a cash advance of up to $5,000 on your purchase price.*

Even better: the money we would advance you is not a loan, and is therefore free of any fees or added interest charges. In other words, it is simply a portion of your purchase price money – getting to you even sooner.

So if you need cash now out of your future structured settlement or annuity payments, contact J.G. Wentworth, and let us know right away if you believe you’ll need that money even sooner than expected. We will be happy to discuss  your situation and do whatever we can to get that money to you as soon as possible. Call us today at 877-277-4713.

 

* Cash advances are subject to approval, at J.G. Wentworth’s sole discretion .and are subject to meeting our underwriting requirements, which include: (1) you executing and returning to us a structured settlement payment purchase contract and all ancillary documents required for us to start the court order process; (2) our confirmation that you are receiving periodic structured settlement payments on a tax free basis; (3) our determination that you can enter into an agreement to sell all or a portion of those periodic payments to us pursuant to an applicable state transfer statute; (4) our determination that the purchase transaction is likely to be approved by a court of competent jurisdiction.; and (5) your satisfaction of our underwriting guidelines.  Timeframes for cash advances vary based on individual circumstances.