Protecting Assets

How can people in high-litigation risk professions protect their cash, business, stocks, bonds, real estate (investment, residence, and vacation homes), private business investments and other assets? Easy! Perhaps you’ve heard of a ‘Trust’, but aren’t sure if that’s something that would benefit you or your dependents. We’ve traditionally only heard of ‘Trusts’ in the movies and think of those as only for the very wealthy. It’s easy to see why the ultra-wealthy have used asset protection trusts for nearly a century as a way to protect their assets and manage expenses. Thankfully, Prime Trust has created the technology and the systems to deliver world-class trust services at affordable prices. Asset protection is one of the most important things you can do for your family and a ‘trust’ is not just for the rich.

So what is a trust?

A Trust is simply a legally formed (like ‘incorporated’) entity that holds your protected assets. In short, as a unique legal entity it is NOT “you”, and therefore can’t be touched by any personal litigation or family squabbles.

A trust can protect assets from a variety of circumstances, such as:

  • Personal liability litigation
  • Business liability litigation
  • Divorce
  • Family squabbles
  • Business disputes
  • Estate disputes
PrimeTrust Asset Protection Trusts

Prime Trust will help you:

When you work with Prime Trust, you benefit from our long history of serving many types of clients. Whether you want to simply protect your nest egg, manage wealth across generations, or you’re a business owner who wants to create and protect their hard-earned money, we can do that.

Protect your assets
Preserve your wealth
Build a legacy
Share your wealth with the next generation
Plan for growth and succession in your private business
Support charitable causes that are important to you

Our relationship with you is supported by the strongest standard of integrity and accountability. Of course we are happy to work with your attorney, accountant or financial advisor whenever needed.

So why a Nevada trust?

Nevada has the best trust law in the country, and anyone can have a trust here regardless of where they live. Per "Nevada law”

  • A grantor can also be a beneficiary (meaning you can be a beneficiary of your trust, which isn’t allowed in most states)
  • You can be the “trust protector”
  • You can head up the distribution committee
  • You (and your advisor) can run the investment committee
  • When the time comes to make changes to your trust, it’s easy thanks to NV “decanting” statutes
    ("Old money, new bottle: decant if you dont like the terms of an old trust" from "Forbes.com")
  • There is no filing requirement to publicly list or disclose grantor or beneficiary names, insuring anonymity
  • You can easily pair an LLC to your trust to directly manage business and real estate interests and achieve “double asset protection” ("Oshins domestic asset protection trust" from "Americanbar.org")
  • No “minimum” or “special” taxes on trust assets or income
  • Nevada is the one and only state that does not permit any special classes of creditors, called “exception creditors”, to pierce the asset protection shield

Nevada is now the world leader for trust companies due to its mature and well-formed body of corporate law, the strength of its asset protection regulations, its focus on confidentiality of information, and a zero-state-tax environment.
("The World's favorite new tax haven is the United States" from "Bloomberg.com")

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