International Entities

International Entity Lawyers

Protect Your Wealth with Support from The Presser Law Firm, P.A.

Your money is safest outside the country and beyond the reach of the American legal system. By moving it to a foreign jurisdiction, you can save it from prying hands in the U.S.

This estate and family wealth planning strategy has been popular since the days of the Roman emperors, who relocated their fortunes to foreign lands to preserve their riches for their descendants.

As a consequence, international wealth protection has become a popular option for those with considerable wealth. If you need help protecting your financial assets, reach out to the international entity lawyers at The Presser Law Firm, P.A. for support!

Contact us online or call (561) 953-1050 To arrange an initial consultation where you can learn about our upfront fees to render the services you need.

Contact us online or call (561) 953-1050 to arrange an initial complimentary consultation where you can learn about our upfront fees to render the services you need.

Guard Your Wealth with an Offshore Entity

International financial centers (IFCs), feature favorable banking, privacy, estate planning, and most importantly, powerful asset protection laws. Those are the reasons so many wealthy individuals and families from every country send their money internationally.

Only within the last decade or two have so many Americans taken advantage of international asset protection and investment opportunities. The number of Americans moving their wealth to international jurisdictions is expected to grow in the years ahead, and particularly as creditor remedies expand domestically.

Below are links to expand your knowledge and awareness on international entities:

Yes, You Can Lose Everything!

You may think that your wealth is safe and that you don't need protection. But don't delude yourself and accept reality — For every 60 minutes you spend making money, spend 60 seconds thinking about how to protect it!

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