You may not think of your assets as being at risk but in fact they may be. If you are an entrepreneur, professional, or simply have assets that may be subject to creditor attachment and need asset protection then read on!

Asset protection is rapidly becoming an accepted reality in our litigious society. Contrary to what people mythically believe, legitimate business people and professionals do enter into asset protection and international estate planning. Physicians, dentists and other professionals subject to malpractice claims have long recognized asset protection planning.

Today this need extends to divorce, lawsuits and other forms of creditor attacks meant to reach assets that can now safely be placed out of harm’s way. Astute individuals are aware of the need for asset protection and many clients have come to us for that purpose.

If you qualify, we can provide you with a safe and legal Offshore Asset Protection Trust (OAPT). These trusts have proven countless times to provide you with the form of protection you need to protect your hard-earned assets from creditor attack. OAPTs can be established for not much money and the trustee fees to maintain them on an annual basis is a fraction of what you would think, especially in light of the fact that you can protect your assets from creditors and minimize those sleepless nights. The Offshore Asset Protection Trust provides you with the assurances you need to avoid worrying about your nest egg. The offshore trust companies that we utilize to serve as trustee of your Offshore Asset Protection Trust are safe, insured and have in excess a billion dollars under this trust management.

There is always a “however” though. If you already have judgments against you or if the funding of the Offshore Asset Protection Trust results in the violation of state and federal fraudulent conveyance laws, then it is too late for us to help you. Also the Offshore Asset Protection Trust is not established for US citizens to avoid paying income tax. If the trust is structured properly then it is tax-neutral which means that you pay the same income tax rate on trust assets after you fund the trust that you did when you owned the assets in your own name.

If you are an individual who needs to consider protecting your assets, don’t wait until it is too late. Call us at 1-800-616-0767, toll free. We will be pleased to provide you with details of the services we offer.

We welcome inquiries from attorneys, accountants, and financial planners.

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