Asset Protection

February 25, 2015

A New Lawsuit is Filed every 30 Seconds!

 An estimated 50,000 lawsuits are filed each day.

If you own a business or practice a profession,

you have 1 in 3 chances of being named a defendant in a lawsuit.

Protect Your Assets by Buying our Step-by-Step ASSET PROTECTION KIT

 How Does Asset Protection Work?

Asset protection is a way of transferring assets into legal structures where your ownership interest is shielded or made invisible or it is turned into a control interest.

Why Do I Need to Protect Assets?

If you lose your assets – your accounts, cash, cars, real estate – you lose your financial lifestyle and security.  You may view your home as nothing more than a house.   Asset protection allows you to maintain your financial lifestyle.  It provides you peace of mind that your nest egg will still be there when you retire and need it.

Putting asset protection into place will protect you from harm and will prevent or discourage lawsuits.  Lawyers get 40% of what they can take from you by way of judgment.  If you have no exposed assets, lawyers and their clients gain no financial advantage by suing you.

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Asset Protection – How Does it Work?

June 28, 2012

How Does Asset Protection Work?

Asset protection is a way of transferring assets into legal structures where your ownership interest is shielded or made invisible or it is turned into a control interest.

 What Are the Goals of Asset Protection?

Maintain Your Assets.  Your family security is important.  In order to maintain your family security, you must act now to protect what you own from unexpected risks and liability.  Our legal system unfortunately encourages frivolous lawsuits.

Level the Playing Field.  Imagine sitting down for a game of chess in which your opponent allowed you to make the first five moves.  Could you set up the board so that your opponent had no chance of winning?  Of course.  This is what you can do with your assets before you even have an opponent.

Negotiate a Favorable Settlement.  Protection is designed to increase your assets safety by creating a climate in which you will be in a strong position to negotiate a very favorable and quick settlement should you find yourself in litigation.  Attorneys do not want to pursue anyone who is not showing exposed assets.

 Why Do I Need to Protect Assets?

If you lose your assets – your accounts, cash, cars, real estate – you lose your financial lifestyle and security.  You may view your home as nothing more than a house.   Asset protection allows you to maintain your financial lifestyle.  It provides you peace of mind that your nest egg will still be there when you retire and need it.

Putting asset protection into place will protect you from harm and will prevent or discourage lawsuits.  Lawyers get 40% of what they can take from you by way of judgment.  If you have no exposed assets, lawyers and their clients gain no financial advantage by suing you.

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Karmen A. Booker is an Attorney, Business Consultant and Owner of Compu-Perfect Professional Services, a business consulting firm specializing in Business Entity Formation (Corporations, Limited Liability Companies, and Nonprofit Corporations), Completing 501(c)(3) Federal Tax Exemption Applications, Grant Research and Writing services, Asset Protection, and more.

Attorney Booker has developed the Asset Protection Kit that helps you:

*    Transfer your estate to the loved ones of your choice

*    Provides you with Asset Protection tools that you can use to:

1.   Avoid probate which is a court process for validating a Will and a deceased persons estate is distributed in accordance with the Will or via the state’s law of intestate succession.

2.   Transfer your assets to your loved ones more quickly than a Will.

NOW is the Best Time to Protect Your Assets.

Here’s where you can grab your copy of my Do-It-Yourself Asset Protection Kit which has been discounted by 50% off the regular price – https://kbooker.wordpress.com/asset-protection/

 

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  • Bonus 1:  Make Sure Your Assets Go to the Ones You Love

 

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Why You Need an Attorney to Establish Your Corp or Limited Liability Company?

June 11, 2012

 

An attorney can benefit you if you are not sure what type of business entity is best for your company.  Also, If you do not know the legal and tax differences between a Corporation, and a Limited Liability Company (LLC), an attorney can help you understand your options and guide you into the most beneficial form of business for your needs.

The most common reason people use a Corporation or LLC for their business is to protect their personal assets from being at risk for the debts and obligations of the business, particularly in the event of litigation. However, certain formalities must be followed in order to ensure that this liability shield is valid and that a court cannot “pierce the veil” to hold the business owners personally liable for business obligations.  An attorney can guide you through the required formalities, draft the proper liability protective language,  and assist you with your duties as a business owner, including any annual required business filings, which will ensure that your personal assets are protected from business liabilities.  Furthermore, Do-It-Yourself forms do not adequately address these issues and what will happen in the event of disputes between owners or if one owner files for bankruptcy.

Attorney Karmen A. Booker of Compu-Perfect Professional Services will assist you by drafting all of the documents needed for your business formation, filing all initial paperwork, and by explaining all corporate formalities and ongoing required business filings to you in an easy to understand manner. Consulting her for your LLC formation or incorporation will allow you to spend your time more productively on other new business issues, and will give you peace of mind that your business entity has been formed correctly.

CALL Attorney Booker at (301) 408-1082 or email her at kbooker533@gmail.com.