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What Are The Dangers of Owning Assets as Tenants-In-Common?

Each co-owner in a tenancy-in-common or tenant-in-common owns a divided fractional share of the property. This creates serious lawsuit dangers and, reciprocally, no creditor protection. There are many ...
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Business Succession Planning - The Entrepreneur's Legacy

Every entrepreneur and business owner knows the depth of passion and work that goes into owning and running their own business. The hours that are never tracked, the behind the scenes work, and time ...
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Exemption Planning is Critical for Asset Protection

There are some assets that are exempt under federal law, but most exemptions come from state law. Exemption planning is the process of reorganizing one's wealth so that as much as possible is ...
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Can a Creditor Find My Undisclosed Assets?

When faced with the perspective of losing a large amount of your assets to a creditor, many ideas might be running through your mind. There are things you can do to mitigate the damage but hiding your ...
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How to Encumber or Equity Strip an Asset

One goal of Asset Protection is to convert your unencumbered assets into debt-ridden assets worthless to a plaintiff. Equity stripping or encumbering an asset removes its value from potential ...
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Why is Using a Land Trust for Your Real Estate a Bad Decision?

Land trusts are increasingly popular for real estate investors who want anonymity as an extra layer of protection. The property in trust isn’t directly connected to the owner through the public ...
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How Powerful is the Homestead Protection?

Homestead exemptions can be a great tool for Asset Protection, depending on the state in which you live. The homestead exemption helps protect your home from creditors. Homestead laws apply only to ...
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Three Steps to Better Asset Protection

Lawsuits are a rapidly growing business and for anyone who has worked hard to accumulate any significant wealth in their life you may find yourself at risk of being dragged into one. Whether a ...
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Asset Protection for Real Estate Investors

Real estate is one of the oldest and most consistent forms of investing. When investing in real estate, you should always own the property in a Limited Liability Company “LLC”. The LLC is ...
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Why Homestead Law Is a Critical Component of Asset Protection

Homestead protection protects the value of your home from creditors. Depending on which state you reside in, homestead law may partially or fully protect your home from creditors. Each state has its ...
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Is Co-Ownership of Property the Best Decision?

If you own property jointly or are considering it, it is imperative that you understand the different co-ownership options. Often when deciding on the type of co-ownership, one is focused on the value ...
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How Can Asset Protection Deter Litigation?

It is unfortunate, but a reality in today’s society is that you can be sued for almost anything. However, it is not whether you are sued that is important, what really matters is if someone can ...
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Do You Have the Proper Financial Team?

One of the most important things you can do when it comes to your wealth is to have a complete financial team to help manage your decisions. We don’t recommend making any big decisions regarding ...
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What Is the Best Way to Protect Investments and Liquid Assets?

There are a few options available to you but the one we most frequently use is limited partnerships (LPs). You can use limited partnerships to protect your liquid investments such as cash, CDs, mutual ...
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If You Own a Business You Must Separate Your Assets.

One of the smartest things you can do when setting up your business is separating the assets from the operations. This is especially important if you have significant assets or a high-risk business. ...
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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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Are Your Trust Assets Safe From Creditors?

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #454545} There are two basic types of trusts, a revocable trust and an irrevocable trust. Which trust is the best to use? ...
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What Is The Best Way To Shield or "Firewall" My Assets?

There are literally hundreds, or even thousands, of ways to shield your assets. There are many more entities we could discuss in one blog post, but most entities and strategies, conceptually at least, ...
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Is Liability Insurance Enough?

Is Your Liability Insurance Enough? Liability insurance is important, but liability insurance can’t replace the other ways to protect yourself. Liability insurance insures only one in three ...
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Don't Fool Yourself. Your Wealth Needs Protection.

Do you think that you don’t need Asset Protection? Maybe you don’t have many assets to protect or their value is not that high. Or maybe you believe that because you’re very careful, ...
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Protect Yourself Before You Get Sued!

The sad reality of today’s litigious society is that it’s not if you get sued, but when. Litigation has become a trillion-dollar industry. In 2018, there were 1.34 millions lawyers in the ...
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Should the home be titled to the less vulnerable spouse?

The family residence is often titled to the spouse who is “less vulnerable”. While this makes the home safer, it has its drawbacks. The reality is that neither spouse is immune to ...
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Make Stock Less Attractive to Prospective Litigants

Protectively titling your corporate shares to a Limited Partnership or similar protective entity is one of the best methods to make your stock less attractive to a prospective litigant. However, this ...
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Asset Protection Provides A Strong Position to Negotiate Inexpensive Settlements

Asset Protection isn’t a guarantee that you won’t get sued. However, if you are sued and your assets are well-protected, Asset Protection planning ensures you are in a strong position to ...
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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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