Receive the legal help you need to protect your assets from lawsuits.
Safeguarding assets from potential risks, liabilities, or creditors is an objective that some individuals and businesses care deeply about. Asset protection is possible, but you cannot do it on your own. To protect assets legally and ethically, it is absolutely essential to consult with a legal professional. Turn to our firm—Tarantino Law, PLLC—to receive the guidance you need for effective asset protection.
We understand the different ways our clients can approach asset protection, and we will carefully evaluate your situation before recommending the best course of action. Strategies and measures that may be relevant for your situation include insurance, which can protect against certain liabilities and risks; entity structuring, which can separate personal and business assets; trust creation, which involves transferring assets to a trustee to protect the assets from creditors; and qualified retirement accounts, which are considered “exempt” by federal law and are unreachable to creditors.
Regardless of the asset protection measures you employ, once you have consulted with our firm, you must set up asset protection before a lawsuit is filed against you. Protecting your assets in advance is necessary because doing so after a lawsuit has been filed or to hinder, delay, or defraud a creditor is illegal.
We will assist you in protecting your assets while helping you avoid illegal acts like concealing assets, fraudulent transfers, or fraud. Contact us to learn more about asset protection and how our firm can assist you in safeguarding your wealth. We serve clients in Denver, North Carolina.