The best way to keep yourself and your credit score where it needs to be is through honesty. Yes, this can sometimes be hard to do when you seem to be losing money left and right in today’s world. The best advice the Asset Protection attorneys at Lancer Law can give you is to keep your financials simple, and always have your credit records on hand. Hiding potentially debilitating facets of your credit history from creditors will hurt you in the long run.
You might be asking, how is Asset Protection possible if I still owe debts to creditors? This is where early planning comes in handy. By definition Asset Protection is just that, it is a technique debtors utilize to protect important assets from creditors who have the ability to repossess those assets. The art to this legal tactic is to protect your assets without concealing expenses or evading taxes.
Assets that can be protected from creditors are home equity, retirement plans or interests in business ventures such as LLC’s. You might be facing the decision to file Bankruptcy or you might want to consider Asset Protection. We are here to help you make the right decision for your future financial objectives.
If you want to pursue Asset Protection understand these stipulations:
At Lancer Law, we will present you with potential strategies to protect your assets and give you a better chance at keeping your property in your possession. We want to ensure you have the best chance at keeping what is rightfully yours.
If you have questions regarding Asset Protection, please contact the attorneys at Lancer Law at (520) 352-0008 or [email protected]. Mention this web page for a FREE CONSULTATION.
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