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Already Have A Trust? How To Upgrade Your Asset Protection

The best way to protect assets today, is by using a trust structure. There’s no better situation to be in, than if you already have formed a trust. But the overall quality of protection all comes down to how everything was actually formulated, the drafting of the trust document, and how the setup works as a whole.…

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The Difference Between A Trust And A Foundation

The most established offshore structures, with the best track record of keeping assets safe, are trusts and foundations. In this article I’ll go through an overview of the trust and foundation difference. In many ways they are very similar. For purely asset protection purposes, it makes the most sense to use a trust. If we take a…

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Finding The Best Asset Protection Consultant

It’s not always that easy to find an asset protection consultant, especially because you might not know where to start. There are several important aspects to take into account, when finding someone to help you with asset protection. It all comes down to how your structure is going to work, because there are always several different people…

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What Is A Portable Offshore Asset Protection Trust?

There are many different terms used within the field of asset protection. One of these is what’s called a ‘portable offshore asset protection trust‘. The question you have most likely asked yourself, and the reason you are reading this article, is what’s the difference between a portable trust and a regular one? Normally when a…

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How An Offshore Asset Protection Trust Can Help In A Divorce

A common way of protecting assets during marriage, is by using a prenuptial agreement. It’s a highly emotional issue discussing this topic, especially if you have gone through a divorce and have managed to keep a few dollars after a sole crushing process, and you are planning on getting married again. An asset protection trust has…

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