Rehburg Life Settlements
Lisa Rehburg, Broker
Life Insurance Settlements
Helping Clients Benefit From
Unwanted or Unneeded
Life Insurance Policies
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Helping People Benefit From Unwanted/Unneeded Life
If you or your clients no longer need or want their life insurance policy,
a life insurance settlement can be an important option.
They can sell them (yes, even term policies) and receive cash.
Consider this statistic: According to research from the Insurance Studies Institute,
more than 500,000 seniors lapse their life insurance policy annually, and only 1,250 take advantage
of a life settlement. About 90% of seniors report that they would
have considered a life settlement if they had been made aware of the option.
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To learn more about life insurance settlements and how they can work for you or your clients,
please feel free to call us at (714) 349-7981 or email us at [email protected].
Additional information is also available on our FAQs page.
We look forward to being of service to you!
Rehburg Life Insurance Settlements is proud to be a corporate partner or sponsor of the following organizations:
Assisted Living Locators
Parkinsons Resource Organization
Desert Estate Planning Council
Financial Planning Association of Greater Phoenix
Women's Leadership Forum
National Aging in Place Council
Aging Life Care Association (aginglifecare.org)
The Mizell Center
Palm Desert Chamber of Commerce
National Association of Elder Law Attorneys -
Inland Association for the Continuity of Care
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About Lisa Rehburg
For more than 30 years, Lisa Rehburg has been working with insurance brokers, financial advisors and clients in the health and life insurance industries. She has held executive roles at carriers, general agencies, and third-party administrators (TPAs).
Ms. Rehburg is energized by helping financial professionals, non-profit organizations, health care professionals and their clients benefit from unwanted or unneeded life insurance policies. With more than 500,000 seniors a year walking away from their life insurance policies, she believes passionately in educating clients and their advisors about the value a life insurance settlement can bring.
She has been a featured speaker at various organizations including NAIFA, Health Underwriters, Women in Insurance and Finance, Financial Planning Associations, NAPFA, Charitable Gift Planners, the Aging Life Care Association, Knowledgeable Aging, the Parkinson’s Resource Organization, Alzheimer’s Association, various Fiduciary Associations, Estate Planning Councils, Aging in Place Councils, as well as many meetings sponsored by financial, healthcare, legal and insurance professionals for their clients. Her articles, "8 Myths of Life Insurance Settlements - Debunked!", and "Life Insurance Settlements and Real Estate - More Similar than you know" have been published in recent issues of California Broker Magazine. Planned Giving Today Magazine published her article, “Never Surrender If You Can Settle Instead" in their April 2019 edition. She also has written several articles for Think Advisor and has been a featured blogger for many insurance and financial professional websites, such as the Palm Desert Law Group, Palm Desert Chamber of Commerce, National Aging in Place Council, Aging Life Care Association, and a special guest on various podcasts and webcasts. She has appeared on KMIR's Desert Living Show.
Ms. Rehburg obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Finance from California State University, Fullerton. She also holds a
Master of Arts Degree in Organizational Development from the University of San Francisco.