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Asset protection is the adoption of advanced planning techniques, which place one's assets beyond the reach of future potential creditors. In practice, it does not involve hiding assets, nor is it based upon secret agreements or fraudulent transfers. It is based upon proven sophisticated combinations of business and financial planning techniques.

Asset Protection - Made Simple & Inexpensive 

We have compiled the best methods and failsafe strategies into one ultimate Asset Protection Guide. This Guide will show you just about every trick in the book to protect your assets in a simple and inexpensive way. You don't need to spend thousands on lawyers and so-called "experts" when you have all the information they do! This ultimate Asset Protection Guide will literally save you thousands and possibly protect millions!
 
The methods employed vary from simply changing the ownership of assets to the sophisticated use of offshore trusts and companies.This ultimate Asset Protection Guide will show you exactly how asset protection is made 100% foolproof!
 
Most people believe the essence of asset protection is for “when things go wrong”. However, though this is when is when we need it and value it - it’s of no use and too late to act when things have already gone wrong. In Australia, and several other countries, it takes two years before your assets are truly protected. So you need to action it well in advance and prepare for any eventuality.
 
I know from personal experience, that even the people closest to you and the most trustworthy, can turn on you. So, you must protect yourself.
 

Compelling Arguments for Asset Protection

If you are a person who: 
  • Deals with the public
  • Rents properties or you are an owner of a rental property
  • Is a director of a company
  • Is in the medical field
  • Is involved in a “white collar” profession working for yourself
  • Is wealthy
then you need asset protection. You are talking a great deal of risk if you do not have it. As time goes on your chances of being sued, based on the laws of probability, increase. It’s only a matter of time.
 
The reality of life is that you don't have to do anything dangerous or negligent; all you really have to do is be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Ordinary people have extraordinary problems. In many cases these problems are not problems of their own doing, they were simply matters of circumstance.
 
Once a judgment is made against you have to tell the court everything, regardless of how unjust the case is. You must tell them what properties you own, about your bank accounts, investments, absolutely everything. They will then place a value on it and then proceed to “re-distribute” your wealth elsewhere. Good isn’t it?
 
Now, you may say, “I have insurance to cover that!” Do you really? Check your policy, you may be surprised on how much you are not covered for. Also, if the insurance company can prove your negligence for whatever reason, they’ll drop it back in your lap.
 
What you need to do is ensure that it doesn’t get to court and that you have nothing worth taking in the first place. When it has all gone wrong and you have found yourself on the wrong end of a court case and you must pay up, you are known as a “judgment debtor”. As such you virtually have no rights, as the winner now owns everything up to the value of the judgment.
 
And heaven help you (the defendant) if you fudge your testimony. If you conceal a safe deposit box with a few goodies in it, you’re committing perjury, a crime that carries mandatory sentencing guidelines. You could end up in jail!
 
It is all too easy to go around saying it won't happen, but once it happens, it is too late. If money is transferred after an incident or accident, that is concealing assets, this can cause both criminal charges and civil loss of other assets. The law looks at it as stealing the property of the person who is suing, or who may sue. The defendant may think it is his lifetime savings from hard work, but legally he now holds it in trust for the person who has a pending claim.
 
Presumed knowledge of the possibility of a claim is sufficient to invoke these fraudulent transfer laws. So if somebody moves their money the morning after an “incident”, it is likely to come back to haunt them. The only legally valid protection is to take careful and legal protective steps before there is even a potential claim against a person or his assets.
 
In Australia, and several other countries it takes two years before your assets are truly protected because during this two years, any transfers can be reversed by the courts…… very scary!
 
However, there are simple ways to ensure your assets are safe from litigants, government, corporations, ex-spouses, bitter ex-friends, neighbours, business associates and the scumbags that just want "steal" your assets........... We show you how, the best techniques and strategies to ensure your hard earned assets remain yours.
 

Testimonials for the Asset Protection Guide

Hi trident press team! Just to let you know I purchased the Asset protection guide. A couple of weeks before buying this ebook, I purchased "Asset Protection made simple" by another author.

Your publication is far superior.  In fact, after reading your ebook .. I felt a little ripped off and felt like giving back the other book. Value for money your publication wins ... hands down. Value for information ... again, 10 out of 10  to Trident Press.

The other book certainly didn't answer any questions and in fact lacked substance. In hindsight it was appropriately named Asset Protection MADE SIMPLE. I should have guessed .. but for $159 ..cough cough .. you can see why I felt a little miffed afterwards. Looking forward to buying more from Trident Press.  Glad I found you guys. R, Brisbane, QLD

I'd like to pass on my thanks to Lance for the Asset Protection Guide. It saved my bacon! I won't go into what went wrong but, it really did and his strategies saved me and my life savings. - Jim, K - Albany, New York, USA

 

Here are 8 Simple Tips to Protect Your Assets

Not everybody can afford a sophisticated asset protection plan: however, everybody can take some commonsensical steps to better protect their hard earned wealth.
 
Divide and Conquer
Always use a separate entity for each liability generating asset and never mix liability generating assets. For example, an apartment house should not be owned by the same entity which owns a printing business.
 
Avoid General Partnerships
Avoid general partnerships and handshake agreements. This only causes trouble. Did you know that any general partner can commit the partnership (and hence every other general partner) to any legal contract (like taking out a loan). All general partners are jointly and severally liable.
 
Assume that most "Asset Protection Experts" are unqualified...because they are
Please read our traps and scams page. Always check references and avoid the professional "seminar givers." Never assume that "charging order protection" is enough, never trust anybody who asks you to trust anybody else with your money and never trust anybody who promises to save you income taxes.
 
Stealth Works
Don't show off and don't put everything in your name. If people think that you are rich you will be sued. If you are unwilling to have a modest lifestyle (and many of us are not willing) then keep a low a profile as possible and don't title your assets directly in your own name. Remember, to take your assets they first have to be found. Also remember that a good asset protection plan does not rely on stealth. It should work even if every single document is discovered.
 
Each State is Different
Remember, what a creditor can get is often controlled by state law. Get good advice and you may be able to keep assets even when faced with serious creditor attack. For example, some states have liberal homestead laws and some states accord greater protection to pension plan type accounts than other states.
 
No Country Automatically Recognises Local Court Judgments
Remember, no country in the world automatically recognises court based judgments from your home country. In fact, most countries think that our tort laws, securities laws and anti-trust laws are nonsensical. Also, no country in the world recognises local tax judgments either.
 
Never Ignore a Lawsuit
If you are served always get good advice.
 
Keep Insurance
Even if you effect a state of the art asset protection plan you still should keep adequate insurance. Often the main value of a good policy is that the insurance company must provide you a defense.
 

 I enjoy your knowledge and vision..... Keep it up, we need this type of work being done by gutsy people! - MO, Auburn NSW

Lance Spicer's articles and books are both incredibly informative and helpful as well as eye opening - DB, Rosebery NSW