Life settlement providers and brokers play a significant role in connecting policyholders with buyers. But, your responsibilities go a lot deeper than that. You also have an obligation to ensure policy owners make well-informed decisions when it comes to selling their life insurance. This is especially the case for many brokers, who may have a fiduciary duty to adhere to their client’s best interests.
When an elderly parent’s health deteriorates, it can become necessary to appoint older children as trustees. A trustee takes legal ownership of the assets held by a trust and assumes fiduciary responsibility for managing those assets and carrying out the purposes of the trust. This includes managing financial assets such as life insurance policies.