Asset Protection Trusts
PROTECT YOUR ASSETS FROM CREDITORS AND JUDGMENTS
Since 1999, the Nevada Asset Protection Trust has been at the foremost of asset protection tools available in the United States. Using the Devine Law Firm Asset Protection Trust, you can protect your assets from the day-to-day exposure of our litigious society and ensure you keep what is yours to pass on to your next generation.
If you own any assets in excess of your state’s judgment creditor exemptions, then your assets are at risk. Your home, your car, your bank accounts, and personal possessions are all potentially susceptible to attack from creditors.
Whether you already have creditors knocking at your door, or want to protect yourself from possible future claims, Devine Law Firm’s Asset Protection Trust is a powerful tool to protect your current and future assets allowing you to enjoy the fruits of your labor; maintain your standard of living, and ensure that you keep what is yours to pass down to your next generation.
NEVADA’S TRUST IS RANKED BEST IN THE NATION:
- Only domestic trust to receive an A+ rating in 2010 by Forbes Magazine;
- No State Income Tax;
- No State Corporate Tax;
- Shortest “seasoning” period;
- No creditor exceptions (alimony, child support, judgments, all creditors are barred from accessing trust assets);
- Any creditor challenge, even if made within the seasoning period, must still prove the existence of a fraudulent conveyance by clear andconvincing evidence (the highest evidentiary standard in civil cases).
JUST A FEW INDIVIDUALS WHO MAY BENEFIT FROM A NEVADA ASSET PROTECTION TRUST:
- Individuals who own their own business;
- Those who own multiple real estate investments or are planning to in the future;
- Anyone who works in a profession that brings a high-risk of litigation (even as simple as driving long-distances for work upping the risk of a car accident);
- Individuals who have been awarded a large judgment from a lawsuit and want top protection and restrictions on the distribution of such award (also includes those who have received a large inheritance);
- Anyone who has assets that exceed the State’s asset exemption amounts; and
- Individuals who simply want to protect their assets from lawsuits or creditors in today’s quick-to-litigate society!
WHAT IS THE PROCESS LIKE?
The first step is to schedule your free, confidential consultation with our firm. Your attorney will discuss your needs and concerns and determine if this type of Trust is beneficial to your situation. Call us today to schedule your appointment!