Asset Protection

3 Things to Include in a North Carolina Prenuptial Agreement

Posted on: August 25th, 2013
Creating a North Carolina prenuptial (premarital) agreement for engaged couples empowers both partners with the ability to decide what happens to their respective property in the event of divorce, a spouse’s death or incapacitation....

Updated: Top States for Domestic Asset Protection Trusts 2013

Posted on: August 2nd, 2013
Our asset protection lawyers in Chapel Hill shared Steve Oshins’ Annual Domestic Asset Protection Trust State Rankings earlier this year, and now there is a mid-year update:...

Estate Planning Tips for Second Homes

Posted on: June 19th, 2013
North Carolina coastal properties from Corolla down to Sunset Beach are attractive investment homes that can be rented out during the summer season, used as a winter escape, and eventually a primary retirement home. ...

Creditors Can Still Collect From Foreign Trusts

Posted on: May 13th, 2013
Foreign trusts, or offshore trusts, are popular asset protection tools as they are notorious for providing superior protection from creditors. However, foreign trusts are not creditor-proof. ...

Top States for Domestic Asset Protection Trusts

Posted on: May 7th, 2013
Steve Oshin’s 2013 Annual Domestic Asset Protection Trust State Rankings were released and show the highest scoring state for DAPTs is Nevada....

Ways to Protect an Inheritance from Creditors

Posted on: April 30th, 2013
Bequeathing assets involves more than naming beneficiaries. Creating a proper estate plan offers individuals and families the ability to protect their assets for loved ones after they’re gone. Unexpected claims could drain accounts and threaten properties that were intended to be passed on to beneficiaries. ...
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