Posts tagged with "asset protection"



Estate Planning · September 16, 2022
Are You Clear About How Your Parents Estate Plan Will Impact You?
Know that no matter how poor or rich your parents are, they must have an estate plan in place because their affairs will affect you and become your responsibility if they become incapacitated or die. Their estate plan ensures that their assets will be distributed to their heirs according to their personal wishes, no matter how much or how little they can be. If you do not know whether or not your parents have an estate plan in place that will help you best support them, read on!
Estate Planning · September 09, 2022
Ensure the Security of Your Senior Parents' Identity and Financial Assets
Today, It’s critically important to have the appropriate safeguards in place to reduce the risk of fraud and identity theft, especially for your senior parents. Because your parents are unlikely to be as savvy about digital technology and may be losing some of their powers of discernment as they age, it will almost certainly be up to you to help them in protecting themselves—and ultimately, your inheritance.
Estate Planning · July 29, 2022
4 Essential Strategies For Protecting Your Family's Assets
You might think only the wealthy need to worry about asset protection planning. But the truth is that if you don't have millions, you may be at even greater risk. For instance, if you're a multi-millionaire, a $50,000 judgment against you might not be that big of a deal. But it could be devastating for a family with a modest income, savings, and home. Before it's too late, learn the strategies you may use to safeguard your assets.
Estate Planning · July 22, 2022
How Estate Planning Can Reduce The High Cost Of Dying—Part 1
Despite the fact that it happens to every single one of us and is every bit as natural as birth, very few among us are properly prepared for death—whether our own death or the death of a loved one. Yet the pandemic might be changing this. As anyone who has personally dealt with loss knows, when a loved one dies, those who are left behind face major challenges, not only emotional and logistical but financially as well.
Estate Planning · April 01, 2022
Protect Your Children's Inheritance With A Lifetime Asset Protection Trust
As a parent, you're likely hoping to leave your children an inheritance, and doing so maybe one of the primary factors motivating your life's work. But without taking the proper precautions, the wealth you pass on is at serious risk of being accidentally lost or squandered due to common life events, such as divorce, serious debt, devastating illness, and unfortunate accidents.
Estate Planning · October 29, 2021
2021 Estate Planning Checkup: Is Your Estate Plan Up To Date?
Estate planning is not a one-and-done type of deal. Even if you put a totally solid estate plan in place, it can turn out to be worthless for the people you love if it's not regularly updated. No matter who you are, your life will inevitably change, and your plan should continuously evolve along with your life circumstances and other changing conditions. In the absence of any major life events, we recommend reviewing your estate plan annually to ensure its terms are up to date.
Business · July 20, 2021
What You Should Know About Your Website's Terms Of Use
Although it’s the likely most boring part of your website, having a well-thought-out Terms of Use page for your company’s website is a smart move. Your Terms of Use page sets the rules for your company’s website, and going without one opens your business up to a number of unnecessary risks. Even though it might not seem like a big deal, the Terms of Use agreement for your website is just as important as any other legal agreement used by your business.
Business · June 15, 2021
4 Factors To Consider When Choosing A Business Entity - Part 2
The entity you choose for your business affects everything contracted by your company. Your business entity will determine the amount of taxes you pay, what kind of records you keep, and how vulnerable your assets are to lawsuits. Among the different business entities, all companies should be one of the following legal structures: a sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, or limited liability company (LLC).
Business · June 08, 2021
4 Factors To Consider When Choosing A Business Entity - Part 1
When starting a business, you have to make a ton of decisions. Deciding what to name your company and hiring employees, what kind of products or services you should sell, and how to fund your operation, getting your business off the ground comes with a nearly endless number of decisions. Of all these decisions, perhaps none is more important or has a more significant impact on your success (or failure) than your choice of business entity structure.
Estate Planning · May 21, 2021
Almost Three Years After Her Death, Aretha Franklin’s Poor Estate Planning Continues To Haunt Her Family—Part 2
Planning for your potential incapacity and eventual death, regardless of your financial status, is something that you should take care of immediately, especially when you have children. While Aretha lived a relatively long life, you'll never know when tragedy may strike, and through diligent estate planning, you can save your family from the needless disputes, expense, and embarrassing public exposure the late singer's loved ones are currently enduring.

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