Structures and Asset Protection

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STRUCTURES AND ASSET PROTECTION

Protect your assets!

Thousands of claims are reported in Australia every month. With the help of various structures, including companies, trusts, and self-managed super funds, these can help to protect your business and personal assets. For more details, contact us.

Build a barrier between litigators and your assets

SERIOUS BUSINESS CLAIMS

Time, energy and cash can be wasted by litigation. Your financial and person assets can be affected and cause unnecessary stress. Don’t stick your head in the sand and think that it won’t happen as unfortunately we are becoming one of the most litigious countries in the world. We need to plan ahead to protect both our current assets as well as our future assets.

PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS AND PERSONAL ASSETS WITH THE RIGHT STRUCTURE

Any kind of claim which is coming from a malpractice case, accident or bankruptcy, can affect your business as well as your personal asserts. With the right type of structure this can reduce your personal exposure to loss of assets.

IF I’M SUED, WHAT ASSETS ARE AT RISK?

IF you are sued then all personal assets that are in your name such as your home, business, investments, life savings etc. can be at risk. Costs for defending can run into quite substantial amounts and are not necessarily recoverable even in the event of winning the claim.

MORE ABOUT STRUCTURES AND ASSET PROTECTION

Understand and protect your business and personal assets, and also potentially create arrangements which will help to protect both your business and personal assets from family breakdowns, business partners, and potentially estate disputes.

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