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Protect Your Financial Future from Creditors & Divorces with a Tennessee Trust

At Bostick Law, we understand that protecting your assets is important. Our team is here to help you protect your financial future by creating a customized trust designed to protect your assets from creditors and divorces. In addition to protecting your assets, our experienced attorneys can also assist you with strategies to minimize the tax impact of your estate planning. We offer free consultations, so you can meet with our team and learn more about how we can help you.

Call us at (901) 582-7153 or send us a message online today to schedule your initial consultation with an asset protection attorney near you.

What Is Asset Protection?

Asset protection is a strategy that allows you to protect your assets from creditors and divorces. If you are sued in a lawsuit or divorce, you may be required to turn over your assets to the opposing party. A trust can protect your assets from creditors and avoid a court-ordered transfer of your assets.

Our team can help you create a trust that separates your assets from your spouse or children. Your trust can have a limited power of appointment, which allows you to name a beneficiary of your trust. If you pass away, the trust can avoid probate and the assets in your trust will pass to your beneficiary without a will.

Call us at (901) 582-7153 or send us a message online today to schedule your initial consultation.

What Are Some Types of Trusts?

Our team can help you create a trust that is customized to your needs. The main types of trusts include:

  • Revocable trust — A revocable trust is designed to allow you to make changes to your trust at any time. You can revoke your trust at any time, and the trust will terminate when you die.
  • Irrevocable trust — An irrevocable trust can be created as either a charitable trust or a family trust. An irrevocable trust cannot be revoked.
  • Dynasty trust — A dynasty trust is designed to last for multiple generations.
  • Living trust — A living trust is designed to allow you to avoid probate.

Our team can help you determine which trust is best for you. We can also help you determine which assets to place in your trust. You may want to place your home, investments, and other assets in your trust.

How Can a Trust Protect My Assets?

A trust can protect your assets from creditors and protect you from having to transfer your assets in a lawsuit or divorce. If you are sued, the assets in your trust are protected from creditors, and you can avoid turning over your assets to creditors.

Our team can also help you determine which assets to place in your trust, including your home, investments, and other assets. You may want to place your home, investments, and other assets in your trust.

Call us at (901) 582-7153 or send us a message online today to schedule your initial consultation.

How Can I Minimize the Tax Impact of My Estate Plan?

Estate planning can have a significant tax impact on your estate. Our team can help you minimize the tax impact of your estate plan by using strategies such as charitable planning and tax-free exchanges. We can also assist you with strategies to minimize the tax impact of your estate planning.

Call us at (901) 582-7153 or send us a message online today to schedule your initial consultation.

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