A Solid Asset Protection Plan Can Protect Your Estate
Throughout your life, you accumulated a significant amount of assets that you want to hand down to beneficiaries. An important step then must be to protect these assets. You want to get them as far out of reach from parties such as creditors that may try their hardest to get them.
Asset protection is a crucial part of an estate plan. Many people may overlook this facet, but a skilled and detail-oriented estate planning attorney does not. The Law Office of Anne Sunne Freeman - Estate Planning in Palm Harbor, Florida, has represented hundreds of clients in the Tampa Bay area for more than 11 years. Attorney Anne Sunne Freeman is here to help you protect assets such as your home, real estate, money and investments.
Effective Advice And Proven Results
Protecting your family, assets and business is a crucial part of estate planning and elder law. You want to safeguard your assets from the likes of tax collectors, debt collectors, credit card companies and other parties.
One important option is to create an irrevocable trust. In doing so, you are essentially giving up ownership of your assets, which are now maintained by someone else known as a trustee. Since you no longer control or legally own these assets when you die, they are not a part of your taxable estate.
We help many clients, including:
- Older adults: An asset protection plan may help you take the necessary steps toward qualifying for Medicaid.
- Minors: An asset protection plan can play a crucial role in protecting inheritances of children who are still minors.
We care about our clients and help them protect their assets effectively. We will work for you to the best of our abilities.
Call An Experienced Lawyer Now
A solid estate plan includes having a solid asset protection plan. We can help you in matters such as creating an irrevocable trust to protect your assets from creditors. The Law Office of Anne Sunne Freeman - Estate Planning in Palm Harbor, Florida, has more than 11 years’ experience in estate planning and is prepared to represent you. For a free initial consultation, contact us online or call 727-461-3100.