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What does funding a revocable living trust require?

Setting up a revocable living trust pursuant to an estate plan is beneficial, however, the revocable living trust must be funded in order for assets to effectively bypass probate. Many people believe ...
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What suggestions do you have on protectively titling autos and other vehicles?

Automobiles, boats and other vehicles are typically not one’s most valuable assets, yet vehicles are assets that judgment creditors can quickly and easily seize. One alternative is to title ...
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How can you make life insurance become lawsuit-proof?

Life insurance usually enjoys state statutory protection. But again, its protection depends on state laws. Still, if you own a large life insurance policy you may title your insurance policy to an ...
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Let's discuss some other assets one can own and how we can protect these 'miscellaneous' assets.

There are many other assets that range from bank accounts and wage income to life insurance, jewelry, vehicles, intellectual property and even money due from others that you can lose in a lawsuit. ...
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What is the Role of the Trust Protector in the International Asset Protection Trust?

The International Asset Protection Trust is a great Asset Protection and Estate Planning strategy that high net-worth individuals can utilize in their planning. A Trust is an agreement between a ...
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What's the one most important thing a business can do to avoid liability?

Unquestionably a risk management and liability audit is essential. Companies get sued from employees, customers, suppliers, regulators and just about everyone else. That’s why we encourage our ...
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What about captive insurance companies for professionals and business owners? Can you expand upon them?

We speak to many groups of business owners and professionals about asset protection and tax-favored wealth planning, and we are often asked about international captive insurance companies. ...
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How can a business reduce large liability insurance premiums?

Liability insurance for any business or practice can be enormously expensive. But a few cost-cutting strategies can help you buy more insurance protection or pay smaller premiums: 1) Segregate the ...
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What are the formalities for executing an estate plan?

Estate planning is the process of planning for the disposition of an individual’s assets in order for those assets to be distributed to intended beneficiaries at death. The estate planning ...
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How can someone secure his or her own investment in a business?

Money that you loan or invest in your business is money you can easily lose. Your objective here is to reduce or eliminate the risk of losing your own investment in your business and to simultaneously ...
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How can someone best protect accounts receivable?

Another valuable business asset can be its accounts receivable. This is true for physicians and other professionals and service providers who may have few tangible assets but considerable receivables. ...
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Can You Explain Advanced Estate Planning Strategies?

Basic estate planning is the foundation of a person’s personal planning. The basic estate plan includes incapacity planning documents (living will, durable power of attorney for health care and ...
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You explained how equity reduction mortgages can shield the family home and investment properties. Can this also work for a business?

For a creditor proof business, look for the silver lining in any mortgage that can shield your business’ assets from less friendly creditors. Creditors don’t want assets fully mortgaged to ...
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Can someone also protect their business's lease if a business fails?

The office location may be a business’s most important asset. That is the case for many businesses. So a good lease needs special protection. The strategy is not to have the operating business ...
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What if a business owns a building or other valuable assets? How can these assets be protected if the business fails or is sued?

That is another important point. The goal of the business owners should be to title as few valuable assets as possible to their operating company. Why needlessly lose valuable assets if their business ...
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Is it equally wise for liability protection to divide one entity into separate entities?

Of course. It can be smart to divide one corporation or LLC into separate entities. Your objective is to confine the more liability-prone activities to one corporation, and conduct your safer ...
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Is it True that Senior Citizens will receive a Greater Homestead Tax Exemption in 2017?

The Florida homestead exemption has three separate components; creditor protection, real property tax exemptions and limitation on devise and descent. As most people know, Florida allows for unlimited ...
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How should someone organize their expanding business?

Here, the best advice is to put your ‘eggs’ into separate baskets. It’s another vital protective strategy. If you use one corporation or LLC to operate one business, then use two ...
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How can corporate creditors be discouraged from trying to pierce the corporate veil to sue its officers or owners personally?

Corporate creditors oftentimes do personally sue business owners to collect on corporate debts. To do so, corporate creditors attempt to ‘pierce the corporate veil’ to recover from their ...
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For lawsuit protection should I privatize my ownership in the corporation?

Shareholders do often attempt to camouflage their ownership interest. Yet more diligent creditors can usually identify the corporate shareholders by examining the corporate books, tax returns, ...
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If I create a Revocable Living Trust, Will My Assets Pass Outside of Probate Automatically?

This is a great question! Many people don’t realize that setting up an estate plan with a revocable trust is not the final step to setting up a proper estate plan. Many individuals forget the ...
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Many people claim that there are advantages to incorporating in Nevada. Is that true?

We are frequently asked this question. Corporations are creations of state law and state laws differ. It can sometimes be advantageous to incorporate in a particular state. If your corporation ...
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Which entities are the best liability insulators for professionals?

Professionals also have organizational options. Most of our doctor, dentist, lawyer and accountant clients prefer professional corporations (PC) or professional associations (PA), which limits their ...
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Why is the limited liability company gaining popularity as a business entity?

A limited liability company combines the advantages of a corporation with those of a limited partnership, but there are several reasons why a limited liability company may be preferable to either of ...
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