Life Partners Prevails in Nevada Federal Court

  Life Partners Prevails in Nevada Federal Court

                  Company to Seek Attorney’s Fees and Costs

Business Wire

WACO, Texas -- June 27, 2013

Life Partners Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq GS: LPHI) announced today that the United
States District Court for the District of Nevada has issued summary judgment
in favor of the company’s operating subsidiary, Life Partners, Inc. dismissing
a variety of claims brought by a group of LPI clients and upholding a judgment
issued by a Texas state court involving the same parties and issues.

On October 26, 2012, a Texas state court granted judgment in favor of LPI
declaring, among other things:

1.that LPI did not breach any contractual duties to Plaintiffs,
2.that LPI disclosed that the life expectancy and rate of return were
    estimates only,
3.that LPI adequately informed Plaintiffs of the risks involved in the
    investment,
4.that LPI breached no contractual duties to Plaintiffs related to the life
    expectancies or rates of return, and
5.there is no fiduciary or special relationship between LPI and Plaintiffs.

The Texas court also awarded attorney’s fees against Plaintiffs.

In issuing its order, the Nevada Federal District Court found:

1.there was no genuine issue of material fact that the Texas state court
    entered a prior final judgment on the merits in the action between
    Plaintiffs and LPI,
2.the Federal case is based on the same claims that were or could have been
    raised in the Texas state court action; and
3.The Plaintiffs’ claims in the Federal case are barred under claim
    preclusion.

Based on these findings, the court ordered that Judgment is entered in favor
of Life Partners, Inc. and against Plaintiffs.

Life Partners CEO Brian Pardo commented, "We are very gratified to see justice
done. The claims in this case are the same as those raised in other cases and
we will continue to defend ourselves against these frivolous lawsuits. We will
also be seeking to recover our attorney’s fees, both against the Plaintiffs as
well as their attorneys.”

The case is styled Angela Austin al. v. Life Partners, Inc. et al., Case No.
2:11-CV-01767-PMP-GWF, United States District Court for the District of
Nevada.

Life Partners is the world's oldest and one of the most active companies in
the United States engaged in the secondary market for life insurance, commonly
called "life settlements." Since its incorporation in 1991, Life Partners has
completed almost 150,000 transactions for its worldwide client base of over
29,000 high net worth individuals and institutions in connection with the
purchase of over 6,500 policies totaling over $3.1 billion in face value.

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Contact:

Life Partners Holdings, Inc.
Shareholder Relations:
Andrea Atwell, 254-751-7797
info@lifepartnersinc.com
Visit our website at: www.lphi.com
 
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