Who should consider life settlement as one alternative to managing life insurance capital? When is a settlement a wise decision? What factors should be considered before selling a life insurance policy? Who will benefit from a settlement? Have most of the possible outcomes been considered? These are all difficult questions with no right answer. A life settlement1 is defined as the sale of an existing life insurance policy to a third-party for an amount greater than the policy's cash ...

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