Trusts & Estates
Practical Issues in Forming a Domestic Asset Protection Trust for a Non-Resident
Our approach to asset protection planning is simple: we strive to position our clients so that they are unattractive targets for lawsuits and thereby force favorable settlements. It is just as important, however for a client to understand our approach and never leave our office with the mindset that their asset protection plan is made of Teflon. As lawyers, we can never guarantee results. If we stay focused on our asset protection approach, rather than attempting to create structures that are too complex for clients, judges, or juries to understand, then we are more likely to succeed in protecting wealth by forcing settlements that are favorable to our clients.
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