Longwood Florida Attorneys

Longwood Asset Protection Attorneys

Estate Planning Strategies to Protect Your Assets

You've spent a lifetime working hard to acquire property, financial stability, and other assets. As such, it's important that you put legal protections in place to ensure you can pass on the maximum assets possible to your loved ones at your passing.

Asset protection is a legal strategy that works to protect your assets from creditors, legal claims, and to minimize taxes. At Levy & Associates P.A., our Longwood asset protection lawyers help clients create estate plans geared for their unique protection needs. We can work with you to determine what type of asset protection planning is right for you.

Give us a call today at (407) 439-2822 to make an appointment. We work with clients throughout Seminole County and Central Florida.

Why Is Asset Protection Important?

Advanced planning for protecting your assets is an important investment. Without a thorough plan, your hard-earned assets taken away by creditors or taxes after your death, instead of going to your loved ones or where your final wishes dictate. It is vital to work with a lawyer to put the proper protections in place.

Failing to establish a comprehensive estate plan can create major problems for your beneficiaries. After your death, creditors may take legal action against your estate, seeking a portion of the assets you've left behind. Other vulnerabilities that your assets may be at risk of include personal injury lawsuits and forms of liability.

An effective, well-drafted asset protection plan can make a difference in the success of a legal action taken against your estate. Although it may seem complex, asset protection does not have to be confusing or expensive, but it must be done properly and thoroughly.

How to Protect Your Assets in Florida

There are several asset protection strategies available under Florida state law.

Common strategies for asset protection in Florida include:

  • Homestead (personal residence) protection
  • IRAs, pensions, and profit-sharing
  • Domestic business entities
  • Life insurance policies and Annuities
  • Disability income
  • Prepaid college plans
  • Automobile exemption
  • Pre- and Post-Nuptial Marital Agreements
  • Domestic and Offshore Trusts

No matter your circumstances, asset protection plans are best if they are implemented early on. Our Longwood asset protection attorneys can work with you to ensure all of your financial interests are covered.

Trust Planning and Asset Preservation

Forming a trust to hold your assets is one of the best ways you can preserve your assets during the estate planning process. Generally, irrevocable trusts are the best types of trusts for asset preservation, as they remove your assets from your estate entirely. However, there are protection options available through many types of trusts, both revocable and irrevocable. Our attorneys can help you determine which type of trust can best protect your personal assets.

Trusts that can shield assets include:

  • Asset protection trusts
  • Life insurance trusts
  • Bypass trusts
  • Totten trusts
  • Charitable trusts

Reach out to Our Asset Protection Strategists in Seminole County Today

You may believe asset protection is only needed for wealthy, high-value estates. You may believe your assets are already secured, or that there is no need to otherwise ensure the security of your assets. However, everyone can benefit from proactive asset protection to ensure your current and future assets will go to your designated beneficiaries.

Reach out to Levy & Associates P.A. today at (407) 439-2822 or by contacting us online to schedule a case consultation.

Why Hire Levy & Associates P.A.?

  1. We are a multi-practice law firm
  2. We offer affordable solutions
  3. We create tailored strategies based on your goals
  4. We have a diverse team with broad legal background
  5. We have decades of combines legal experience
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