PROTECT EVERY ASSET YOU OWN

Including Real Estate, Retirement & Even Personal Property!

Learn the Age-Old LEGAL Method PROVEN to Stop a Lawsuit Before It Starts. You’ll see how to make yourself impervious to the money grabbing schemes of greedy opportunists, crooked lawyers and misguided government officials…

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Why Do I Need This Asset Protection Plan?

It's all in the 4 P's: Probate, Privacy, Protection & Profits

1

Probate

Probate can be avoided as to the trust property by having a succession of ownership specifically set forth in the Trust Agreement.

2

Privacy

Trusts also give you transactional Privacy. You can do hundreds of deals and no one knows that you've done any business because nothing's in your name. 

3

Protection

Protect in the acquisition, development, and operation of apartment developments, condominium apartments, or cooperatives.

4

Profits

Trusts make it possible to buy and sell real estate easier and create cash now, cashflow later and cash for ever.

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Today, anybody can sue anybody for anything.

There are far too many lawsuits filed by people who have nothing and want to get something they didn’t work for and don’t deserve. It’s sad that this is possible in our society, but it’s true.

Let me give you an example.  

Imagine you're driving down the highway in your brand-new luxury car, minding your own business.  

You’ve worked hard to get it. You're enjoying life and enjoying all you've created through the sweat of your brow. But then, you're in a traffic mishap; you bump into a 1977, Buick Estate Station Wagon with nine ladders strapped to the roof.  

Can that driver sue you?  

Can they get anything?  

Yes they can! Like maybe everything you own?!  

All they have to do is convince a jury largely made up of their own peers — not yours. Because, their attorney will strike all the jurors who own property or have money… the ones left will make the decision. Non-property owners and tenants!  

Now, let's reverse that.  

You're driving down the highway, minding your own business when a guy in a '77 Estate Wagon with nine ladders strapped to his roof runs into you.  

Can you sue?  

Can you get anything?  

Yes! Nine ladders!  

What's wrong with this picture? The problem is you own stuff and he doesn’t. So you and your assets are at risk.  

One troubling truth is that people just don’t bother to sue people who have nothing!

After the expense of time, money and personal energy, folks don’t typically bother to pursue someone when there is no expectation of a valuable outcome.  

If you own a home, you’re already a target.  

If you own rentals, your target is even bigger.  

Tenants can sue, and whom are they going to sue? – the owner of the property… and who's the owner of the property?  

Right now, it's you.  

Can they get a judgment against you?  

Of course!  

Everything you own in your name can be used to pay that judgment.  

So what you need is a legal way to remove the threat of being pursued.  

That my friend, is exactly what I discovered over thirty years ago.


How Do I Protect My Assets from Lawsuits?

The answer: place your property in a Trust

Trusts are not new to the real estate scene. They are ages-old and have been in place for centuries.

Trusts have been used as a method for protecting title to real estate and giving the investor’s assets an additional layer of security and anonymity against lawsuits, unhappy tenants, divorced spouses, disgruntled former employees and governmental agencies.  

Now, before you say; “That’s the ticket! I’ll go to an attorney and get that done,” I want to tell you they aren’t likely to help you.  

They can't make as much money on trusts as they can by recommending other entities.  

Attorneys sell what they know and are comfortable with.  

That’s why so many LLC’s, Corporations and Limited Partnerships are sold.  

And when you have one of those structure, you’re obligated to annual dues, annual fees and annual tax returns - and some states such as CA and MD even charge a ‘franchise tax’ of $300-800 per year!  

But all of that nonsense can be avoided using this little-known, yet extremely powerful entity called trusts.  

And once a trust is done it’s set for 20 years - other entities must be updated annually – this saves you a fortune over time. 

It’s brilliant advice and I teach people to do that with an inexpensive, overall first line of defense that offers privacy and protection. 

They are called Land Trusts and Personal Property Trusts.

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Land Trusts & Personal Property Trusts

The Land Trust is a powerful legal instrument for taking title to property. Because title is recorded in the name of the trust, the true owner of the property, the beneficiary, is not made public.

Therefore, it will be difficult for the average person to determine who really owns and controls the property.  

In most states, there can be no disclosure of the interest of any beneficiary without an Order of a Court having proper jurisdiction.  

Any judgments against any beneficiary will not affect the title to the trust property and will not prevent the trust property from being sold.  

Probate can be avoided as to the trust property by having a succession of ownership specifically set forth in the Trust Agreement.  

These trusts provide multiple benefits that can’t be found in other entities.  

These TRUSTS deliver multiple benefits at a reasonable cost, which you can carry out yourselves without needing expensive, confusing attorneys.  

These types of Trusts also give you transactional Privacy. You can do hundreds of deals and no one knows that you've done any business because nothing's in your name. Nobody can see what kind of activity you have.

With a land trust you can:

  • Have privacy of ownership
  • Avoid probate. (This is BIG Benefit)
  • Limit exposure to judgments and liens.
  • Avoid marital interest in title.
  • Insulate from the hazards of individual ownership.
  • Transfer beneficial interest.
  • Prevent partition of the land.
  • Protect in the acquisition, development, and operation of apartment developments, condominium apartments, or cooperatives.
  • Facilitate estate planning.
  • Provide partnership, corporation, and agricultural land-use protection.

There are many more benefits of using trusts:

You can use Personal Property Trusts for vehicles, for stocks, bonds, mutual funds, bank accounts, CDs, Sea-Doos, mobile homes, motor homes, gun collections, coin collections.

Everything else in your life goes into personal property trusts. Each asset should have its own trust to further protect it.

Another BIG reason you want to use a TRUST is to avoid a thing called probate. Probate can be a huge setback to a family. 

It can cost a lot of time, money, and confusion. 

Another is privacy. People say privacy is dead in America. Well, that's not entirely true and you’ll see why if you set aside the time to watch the FREE Online Trust Seminar I’ve created for you. 

And another benefit is profits. It may be hard to imagine that an entity can also produce profits, but in this case it will. 

Trusts make it possible to buy and sell real estate easier and create cash now, cashflow later and cash for ever. 

When I discovered the power of trusts over thirty years ago, and found out that anyone, regardless of income level, could use them, I made it my business to bring that message to real people. 

I call Trusts the ‘Great Equalizer’ they can allow you to legally ‘hide’ your assets from the prying eyes of others. 

Nobody else besides you is going to protect you. 

You and I live in dangerous world and the people who come after us don’t care whether we’re the “good guys” all they care about is if they can get what we’ve got for themselves. 

But…Trusts give you the power to reverse it, to take control of your life. You never have to be vulnerable. That’s what I like about using Trusts as the ultimate form of asset protection.

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