About Glenlia Settlements
At Glenlia Settlements, we believe that millions of Americans have financial freedom locked away in a life insurance policy. We are dedicated to helping policy owners discover the hidden value in their life insurance policies.
This dedication is evident in our work ethic, and in the way, we devote ourselves to each individual client. At Glenlia Settlements, helping you sell your life insurance policy is not only our “job”, but our feduciary obligation to our clients.
We advocate for senior awareness of the Life Settlement alternative, a legal and highly regulated alternative the big insurance companies do not educate America’s seniors on. Life Settlements have been legal for over 100 years ever since a critical supreme court ruling in 1911 (Grigsby v. Russell). The United States Accountability Office Stated in their 2010 report to the US Senate and the Department of Insurance that seniors received 4 to 11 times more from Life Settlements than they would have received from the insurance company.
We strive to educate our clients and all consumers about the viability of life settlements. Though this is a lesser-known option when it comes to future planning, it can be one of the best opportunities for today’s seniors.
Let us help you turn a future asset into an immediately available resource that will allow you to achieve financial freedom. Give us a call today! (800) 591-2551 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequently asked questions.
What is a Life Settlement?
A life settlement transaction is when the seller (the policy owner) transfers ownership and beneficiary rights of a life insurance policy to a buyer, a licensed life settlement provider.
At what age can I sell my policy?
Life settlements are generally for individuals aged 70 or older. However, if you are younger than 70, you may still qualify, depending on your policy and health status.
How much is my policy worth?
Settlement payouts will vary from case to case, primarily depending on the insured’s age, sex, and current health status. But rest assured: Glenlia Settlements works for YOU, and will work to get you the highest possible settlement for your policy.
Which policy types are eligible for a life settlement?
Universal Life, Whole Life, Term, Convertible Term, Joint, and Second-to-Die life insurance policies, issued by a US-based insurance carrier, and with a face value of at least $100,000 will normally qualify for a life settlement, depending on the insured’s age, sex, and health status. To be eligible, life insurance policies must be at least 2 years old.
Will I continue to pay premiums after my policy is sold?
No. Once your policy is sold you will not be responsible for any future premium payments.
Can’t I just surrender it back to the insurance carrier?
Yes, however, we strongly advise against this as your insurance carrier will likely only give you a fraction of the amount of money you could receive from a life settlement.
Can’t I just sell this policy on my own?
While theoretically, you could sell it on your own, we highly advise against this. Life Settlements are complex legal and financial transactions. Professional life settlement brokerage assistance is absolutely necessary for complying with regulatory requirements, and the fiduciary responsibility we have to our clients maximizes your settlement. Let us do the work for you!
Will my privacy be protected?
Are the proceeds taxable?
In most cases, yes. We advise you to consult with your CPA and/or tax professional for more information as we are unable to provide any tax advice on this matter.
How can I use the proceeds?
There are no restrictions! You can spend your settlement money any way you’d like.
Is this legal?
Yes! A 1911 U.S. Supreme Court decision (Grigsby v. Russell) deemed life insurance policies as private property. You can sell your policy just as you can sell your car, house, or any other asset. Life settlements are regulated by state insurance departments in most states.
Can I get cash for my policy and still keep my coverage?
Yes, in some cases you can maintain a portion of your policy’s death benefit while still receiving cash.