Revocable living trusts don’t protect your assets from people with legal claims against you because you’re treated as the owner of the trust assets. However, if you put assets in an irrevocable trust—one you don’t control and can’t revoke—then then those assets typically won’t be considered yours and may not be available to creditors. Learn various distinctions in this episode of the Bottled Business Sense Show.

 

WFB LEGAL CONSULTING–LAWYER FOR BUSINESS–A BEST ASSET PROTECTION Services Group

Bill Bernard – WFBLegalConsulting.com
bill@wfblegalconsulting.com
949.698.6222

Rick Moscoso – Captivate365.com
rick@captivate365.com
949.667.1182

The Bottled Business Sense Show provides practical business perspectives that uniquely emphasize both legal and media marketing strategies that protect and insure the longevity of your business.

WFB LEGAL CONSULTING–LAWYER FOR BUSINESS–A BEST ASSET PROTECTION Services Group



While larger estates may have higher attendant costs attached as a direct consequence of various levels of planning that are implemented incrementally, the same is not necessarily true for the average family. Rather, the average family is generally hoping to avoid probate and secure the care of their loved ones once they are gone. Learn why this distinction may be important to you and your family on our next show.

 

Bottled Business Sense Show

Bill Bernard – WFBLegalConsulting.com
bill@wfblegalconsulting.com
949.698.6222

Rick Moscoso – Captivate365.com
rick@captivate365.com
949.667.1182

The Bottled Business Sense Show provides practical business perspectives that uniquely emphasize both legal and media marketing strategies that protect and insure the longevity of your business.