The packs include a letter detailing the minimum payment for the individual policies.
The firm estimates that 90 per cent of payments will range between £200 and £1,150, with the average being £500.
The amounts offered depend on the value of the policy, the type of policy held and how long the policy has left to run.
The structure of the reattribution means that individual payments to policyholders will rise and fall in line with the value of the inherited estate.
Policyholders can choose to accept or decline the payment in return for giving up their right to future special distributions from the inherited estate.
If approval is given for the reattribution to go ahead, Aviva expects to start mailing payments to policyholders from November this year.
The packs are designed to provide policyholders with the information they will need to make a considered decision.
Policyholders will need to respond with their vote by August 21, ahead of a High Court hearing in September 2009.