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Blog Posts in 2021

Why Would You Use International Asset Protection?

There are many reasons why international Asset Protection is so effective. One reason, for example, is that international Asset Protection centers don’t enforce U.S. judgments or judicial or ...
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Estate Planning Tips to Protect Minors - Part 1

Estate Planning involves creating documents that outline how your assets will be taken care of when you pass or in the event that you are incapacitated. When structuring your Estate Plan, it is ...
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What Is the Best Business Structure For a Small Business?

There are three primary types of business structures, the sole proprietorship, the partnership, and several types of corporations. Within these structures many variations of the business may exist. ...
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What Types of Incapacity Planning Arrangements Are There?

There are seven major types of incapacity planning arrangements that are important to discuss here. The following is an overview of the seven incapacity-planning tools and a concise definition of what ...
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Protecting Your Home

How do people typically lawsuit-proof their home? It's not that difficult to minimize the home equity that is exposed to creditors. One can accomplish it in a number of ways. But combining ...
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The Litigation Problem in America and Why Asset Protection is So Important?

The litigation problem in America has reached epidemic proportions. About 50 million lawsuits are filed every year. Statistically, each American will be sued five times over their lifetime. And this ...
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You Cannot Wait to Protect Your Assets

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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FAQ On How to Title Your Assets

It seems that the first step to defensive planning is to get your assets out of your own name. Correct? Yes, unless your assets are exempt, title them to a protective entity. As long as the entity ...
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How Can I Equity Strip My Assets?

This strategy calls for you to borrow against or otherwise pledge your assets as collateral security for some obligation. The secured creditor then has first claim against the asset to the extent of ...
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Can You Protect Your Assets Against Divorce?

Unquestionably, a fair, legally-binding pre-marriage agreement is your safest way to secure your assets. A pre-marriage agreement is a written contract between intended spouses which specifies how ...
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Is it too late to protect my assets once I am sued or have a potential liability?

Not necessarily. No law obligates a lawsuit defendant to hold his assets for the benefit of his creditors, despite common belief to the contrary. In fact, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, in one ...
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FAQ on Transfers Answered

1. What do you mean by a transfer after you incur a 'present liability'? If you sell an asset for less than its fair value, the creditor must secondly show that the transfer occurred after you ...
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Protecting Your Real Estate Assets

The first rule is to title all real estate that you own or co-own – other than your personal residence – to one or more limited liability companies (LLCs). This includes land, vacation ...
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New Year - It's Time to Review Your Planning

The new year is the perfect time to start thinking about a meeting with your Asset Protection and Estate Planning Attorney. It’s a good habit to review your documents every year. If you have ...
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What Assets Should be Titled to a Limited Partnership?

You want to title your cash, CDs, mutual funds and other liquid investments to one or more limited partnerships (LPs). We most frequently use LPs to protect liquid investments because; 1) the LP lets ...
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