ASSET PROTECTION AND BUSINESS PROTECTION ATTORNEY
Gateville Law Firm concentrates in asset protection and protection attorney for business owners, real estate professionals, physicians, and others. Asset protection is critical because one lawsuit could threaten a lifetime of saving and building a substantial estate. Our legal team and attorneys understand the tax laws and relevant liability concerns that protect one’s assets from liability threats. Asset protection is planning in advance prior to liability risk arising, which may threaten one’s family economic security.
Asset protection restructures one’s assets to minimize and eliminate liability threats. Our Yorkville Asset Protection Attorneys understand how to discourage and prevent lawsuits; place assets in a manner that reduces liability risks; and properly plans for control and security. Asset protection must be done prior to litigation risks arise or otherwise, asset protection could be fraud. Sean Robertson is an experienced asset protection and business planning attorney with over 15 years of experience in the areas of estate planning, wealth preservation, liability planning, and asset protection. Sean Robertson is a graduate of DePaul University College of Law and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
WHAT DOES ASSET PROTECTION PLAN LOOK LIKE?
The first assignment is to prepare answers to our asset protection interview form. This gives us additional team to assess your risks and vulnerabilities. Second, we coordinate asset protection with your LLC and business plans including estate plans. Third, we want to know whether you have an estate plan. If you have an estate plan, we want to protect your family from conflicts that naturally arise in estate planning scenarios. The fourth factor is evaluating your family including factories such as liability risks of each spouse and their employment type and income. These factors give us information how a creditor would attack your family, real estate business, or business enterprise. The fifth factor is a meeting with Sean Robertson to assess your concerns, liability risks, and develop an asset protection strategy.
We handle the following areas of law, which combine with asset protection planning:
- Family make up including whether you have a blended family and family concerns
- Limited Liability Company Set Up and Incorporation
- Drafting of LLC Operating Agreements to including buy-sell agreements and distribution techniques upon a death or incapacity
- Use of Private Land Trust
- Evaluation of whether an Irrevocable Trust is appropriate
- Powers of Attorneys for Property and Healthcare
- Advanced Healthcare Directives
- Family Limited Liability Companies for Asset Protection
SKILLED AND EXPERIENCED ASSET PROTECTION ATTORNEYS
Sean Robertson is a skilled and experienced asset protection attorney. Sean Robertson is the Principal of Gateville Law Firm, which concentrates in estate planning, asset protection, real estate, and divorce law. These areas intersect and Attorney Robertson uses his expertise in these areas to develop an asset protection strategy for his families and business owners. Sean Robertson has over 15 years of experience as an attorney and counselor of law. Sean Robertson is a graduate of DePaul University College of Law and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Contact Sean Robertson at 630-780-1034.
Asset protection is an excellent decision if you fit the following traits.
- You own one or more vacation or investment properties.
- You are interested in flipping properties or long-term real estate investments.
- You have a family and children and want to protect them from an estate planning and asset protection standpoint.
- You want to protect your investments from liability risks.
- You are concerned that a liability issue at one property could affect your personal residence and other properties.
- You and your significant other have real estate owned in your personal name or jointly held names, which is a major liability concern.
- You have heard about series LLCs and land trust, but you do not know how these asset protection instruments would affect you.
- You want to coordinate your asset protection and estate planning goals especially if you have minor children where guardianship concerns are real.