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Is it possible to recover a property after foreclosure?

Property foreclosures pose dangers to one’s wealth. But even when a lender foreclosures, you haven’t necessarily lost your property. If the lender repurchased the property it’s ...
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Asset Protection for Your Valentine's Day Gifts

Gifting your loved one something expensive for Valentine’s Day? There are many ways to legally and ethically protect your major assets...but don’t overlook “smaller” ones. ...
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Deploy Your Assets Into Separate Protective Entities

Asset Protection Attorneys use a number of strategies to protectively title a client’s assets against future potential threats and creditors. Common techniques include layering firewalls and ...
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Integrate Asset Protection with Your Other Financial Goals

Asset Protection is just one of your many financial goals. Most people have Estate Planning, tax, and investment goals as well. The best planning creatively combines Asset Protection with other ...
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When is it time to update your Estate Plan?

The new year is the perfect time to start thinking about a meeting with your Estate Planning Attorney. It’s a good habit to review your documents every year. If you have experienced any major ...
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Establish Your Corporation as a Separate Entity for Corporate Protection

Operating your business as a corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC) won't guarantee that a corporate creditor won't sue you personally to collect a corporate debt. Corporate creditors ...
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Double Your Protection: Have a Limited Partnership Own Your LLC

If your Limited Liability Company (LLC) owns substantial real estate – or if your LLC includes non-family members – you'll want stronger protection. To directly own your LLC membership ...
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Don't Rush Into Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

If your company has serious litigation, or lender or creditor problems, refrain from hastily filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The reality is that most small companies don't survive Chapter 11. More ...
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Sidestep Liens Against Your Home With A Single-Member LLC

It's often wise to title your home to a Single-Member Limited Liability Company (LLC) because the home titled to the LLC avoids a judgment creditor's attachment from clouding the home's ...
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Stay Clear of Fraudulent Transfer Badges

A transfer is considered fraudulent if made with actual intent to hinder, delay, or defraud any creditor of the debtor. There's no bright-line rule here. A judge looks for indicia or ...
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Maximize Your Homestead Exemption Protection

Protecting your home starts with your homestead protection. Five states completely homestead protect the family home; however, most states only partly creditor-shield the home. States with homestead ...
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Don't Let Fraudulent Transfers Undermine Your Plan

Books have been written about fraudulent transfers. Mention Asset Protection and you'll have questions about this important topic. It's not necessary to become an expert on fraudulent ...
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Why Hide Your Assets? Sell Your Protection Instead!

Never confuse secrecy or concealing assets with Asset Protection. Financial privacy can be helpful, but once you're sued you can no longer rely upon secrecy because a judgment creditor can compel ...
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Only Own Self-Protected Assets in Your Own Name

Back to basics: How can you protect your assets? The Asset Protection Attorneys of The Presser Law Firm, P.A. mostly use one of three strategies, or " pillars of protection." The first ...
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Forget the Myths and Fallacies, You Need Asset Protection

Do you think that you don't need Asset Protection? That you're too poor; that you have too few assets to protect; that you're too careful; that nobody would sue you? Nonsense! Let's ...
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What is Co-Ownership Planning and Does it Offer Asset Protection?

Co-ownership planning is the concurrent ownership of property by two or more people. The most common co-ownerships involve assets owned between spouses. When we refer to co-ownerships, we do not ...
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Disinheriting a Family Member in Your Estate Plan

Estate Planning often involves the process of ensuring an individual’s family is taken care of in the event of incapacity or death, as well as determining who will receive an inheritance. ...
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What Are the Ethics of Using Asset Protection to Prevent Creditors from Getting Paid?

While Asset Protection is 100% legal, the moral or ethical quandaries are another issue entirely. Some people believe it’s unethical or improper to shelter their assets from those who have a ...
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How Safe is International Asset Protection?

For the safest protection, you should keep a portion of your assets in an international jurisdiction. International family wealth planning has been popular for 2,000 years, originating with the Roman ...
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Using Debt-Shields to Reduce the Exposed Equity of Protectively-Titled Property

Once a property is protectively titled, its exposed equity can be reduced with debt-shields, as we suggest with the family home. You want to adopt the same equity reduction strategies you'd use ...
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Does a Revocable Living Trust offer Lawsuit Protection?

The Revocable Living Trust is very popular in America. A living trust helps you avoid the cost and delay of probate. You can also avoid the dangers from jointly owning assets. But here’s the ...
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You Need to Protect Your Assets Sooner Than You Think

The best time to protect yourself is before a creditor threat is foreseeable. While it’s not necessarily too late to protect yourself after you have been sued, you must think and act defensively ...
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Is there one specific entity or magic bullet for Asset Protection planning?

The belief that there could be a ‘one-size fits all’ Asset Protection plan is a common myth that needs to be destroyed. No such thing exists. That’s not to say some “Asset ...
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What is the statute of limitations for a creditor to recover fraudulently transferred assets?

A fraudulent transfer occurs when a debtor sells or gives away assets for less than fair value in an attempt to defraud a creditor. Given certain circumstances, courts can invalidate and revoke these ...
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At what age should I create my first will?

In the United States, any person over the age of 18 is entitled to create a Will. Legal age varies by state, and some even allow minors to create Wills at the ages of 14 or 16. Without a Will, state ...
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