Settlement Professionals Inc.
19412B E. Mann Creek Dr.
Parker, CO 80134
Michele Whitmore is a leading financial expert in Legal and Disability Planning, applying the principles of Investments, Insurance, Estate Planning and Public and Private Assistance Programs on behalf of the betterment of the critically injured individual.
Ms. Whitmore is a graduate of the University of Colorado '77, CFP '85 College for Financial Planning and ChLAP '06 Chartered Lifetime Assistance Planner.
professional licensing include NASD securities series 7, 6, 22, 63, 65, life, health and variable insurance in multiple states.
She is Founder and President of Settlement Strategies, Inc., has served as the Colorado State Director for Estate Planning for Persons with Disabilities, is a Founding Member, Director and Past-President of the Society of Settlement Planners as well as a Founding Member, Director and Past-Treasurer of the National Alliance of Medicare Set-Aside Professionals
has provided financial consulting services nationally to individuals since 1983, litigation planning, special needs and structured settlement expertise to the legal profession and their clients since 1984.
has authored numerous articles for state and national publications, including Trial Magazine
, Trial Talk
, Colorado Lawyer
, TBI Challenge
, The Neurolaw Letter
and The Life Planning Newsletter
is a frequent lecturer/speaker presenting to local, state and national organizations such the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, Texas Capital Trial Lawyers Association, Louisiana Trial Lawyers Association, Alabama Trial Lawyers Association, Orange County Trial Lawyers Association, Colorado Bar Association, Weld County Bar Association, Professional Education Systems, Inc., EPPD, The Care Planner Network, The Society of Settlement Planners
and The Academy of Special Needs Planners
national settlement and disability planning practice is devoted to advising legal professionals and their clients in the negotiations, design, allocation and funding of personal injury settlements in order to maintain the benefits provided by public and private assistance programs and to promote the proper application and safeguard the tax and financial remedies afforded recipients of tort recoveries.