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We understand that you may have many questions about your own unique situation. You can call us for a confidential consulatation or e-mail us at email@example.com. Either way we are here to help.
Below are some frequently asked questions.
How do I apply?
NDC’s one page application can be accessed directly from this website. It asks for some standard personal and contact information, as well as permission to contact the applicant’s legal representative. The process should not take more than a few minutes to complete and it can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed back to us at (212) 218-9693.
How do I qualify?
An applicant must be represented by an accredited attorney. We do not accept applications from pro se litigants. NDC does not look to income or credit score as a basis for a decision, however, you must meet some asset based requirements. We, with your consent, run credit reports to confirm asset representations.
We do have a minimum funding of $10,000.
Every case is unique. However, typically once the application is submitted and case information is received from your attorney, an applicant can expect a decision within 72 hours.
How long does the approval process take?
No repayments are required until a settlement is reached!
In the event settlement terms involve selling assets, NDC works with the applicant to facilitate the sale of these assets and waits until these assets are disposed to receive payment.
NDC’s Asset Assessment and Sale Program “AASP” will aid in the valuation and sale of these assets and provides for a discount, in some cases, in overall funding costs when you sign up with an AASP approved vendor. If you want more information on AASP, e-mail email@example.com
When am I required to make payments?
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