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It’s great to be an optimist. Seeing the best in people, trusting the system, and banishing negative thoughts can make life less stressful. But when you have significant assets—whether they are your personal or business assets—you should never let positive thinking get in the way of protecting those assets from lawsuits. We live in a litigious society and the unfortunate odds are that if you have money, someone is going to come after it. That is why we highly recommend that you request our free report, 10 Questions You Should Ask About Protecting Your Assets in Missouri. In it, we share examples of what can happen when people don’t take steps to protect their wealth and answer the important questions you probably have.
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We cut to the chase in this helpful report by providing detailed answers to the following questions:
- Is asset protection legal?
- I thought my revocable living trust protects my assets? Why then do I need another trust?
- How do I choose an asset protection attorney?
- Can I save income taxes with asset protection planning and will my asset protection planning cause me to be audited by the IRS?
- I only have $1 million in assets. Do I still need asset protection planning?
- What does an asset protection plan cost?
- I am already involved in a lawsuit or about to be sued. Can I still do asset protection planning?
- I have been married for several years and am thinking of getting divorced. Can I still do asset protection planning?
- Will I lose control over my assets with an asset protection plan?
- Does asset protection planning work?
We’re willing to bet that even if you didn’t have these questions before, you now want the answers to them. Getting the answers is simple. Just fill out the form on this page to request your free download. A link to the report will be sent right away.
For people who think they know everything they need to know about asset protection planning, our guide also answers the following questions you may not have known you had:
- What claim is the one most likely to be brought against you during your life?
- If you are married and hold all of your assets in joint names with your spouse, are you protected from creditor claims?
- If I implement an asset protection plan in Missouri and then move to another state, will my asset protection plan still be good?
- Does all asset protection planning involve the use of expensive offshore trusts?
- If I do need (want) an offshore asset protection trust, do my assets need to be invested outside of this country (offshore)?
Request your free report and get started protecting your future today!