Cash Flow Solutions discusses options for litigation funding, structured settlements, real estate notes and other scheduled disbursements. This blog is published by Dave Austin & Barry Goldberg of Integral Financial Solutions, LLC.
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You’re receiving a regular check in the mail or directly into your checking account. Lots of people think that is a very good thing! Why would you want that to stop?There are many reasons, these are just some of them: The uncertainty of the check showing up every month. Buying...
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Below is a video explaining how you can sell a Divorce Lien
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