• How does the funding process work?

    APF will review your funding request based on the merits of the case.  No consideration will be given to your credit history or your financial status.  To best understand your case, APF will speak with you and your attorney.  Based on a positive evaluation, a funding authorization will be approved.

  • How do I apply for a pre-settlement funding?

    To apply for an advance, simply fill out our application form or contact Alpha Pro Funding @ 1-800-717-0527. Contact us today to see if we can help.

  • How long does it take to receive funding?

    Typically, APF is able to process and evaluate your case within 24 hours after receipt of the requested information. Once our offer has been accepted, funding documents are sent for execution. Upon return of the documents, funds are available for pick up by check, wire transfer or overnight mail.

  • How much pre-settlement funding can I get?

    Alpha Pro Funding will advance a minimum of $500 and a maximum of $50,000 in fundings.

  • When am I required to repay the funds?

    When your case settles, your attorney will pay the APF funds based on the agreed schedule.

  • How is Alpha Pro Funding different?

    Our experienced personnel will process your request in a professional and timely manner. We are very fast!!! As a regional leader in our industry, APF is committed to promptly processing and funding your request. APF sets the standard for client service.

  • Can I talk to my Attorney about your pre-settlement funding services?

    Yes, absolutely. We encourage you to talk to your attorney about applying for a pre-settlement funding advance through Alpha Pro Funding

  • Who is eligible for a pre-settlement funding advance?

    If you have filed a lawsuit or plan to do so, and are represented by an attorney, or have settled a lawsuit and are awaiting payment, you are eligible for pre-settlement funding. The person applying for the funds must be of legal age. A minor cannot be bound to a legal contract nor can the parent or legal guardian receive funds against a child’s pending lawsuit or settlement.