You’ve likely heard online from some keyboard warrior or a CPA or perhaps even from an attorney that an LLC is easy to sue. This is absolutely not true. LLCs are incredibly hard to sue, if not litigation proof, if they are maintained correctly. The problem is that most LLC owners don’t do the things necessary to maintain their LLC’s legal status. If you don’t treat your LLC like an LLC, then when a lawsuit comes around the courts won’t either. Let’s go over what you need to do to keep your LLC litigation-proof during a lawsuit. How To Keep Your LLC Litigation-Proof The first thing you need to keep in mind is that you must maintain records and accurate accounting of your company. If you don’t have a company bank account, you need to get one ASAP. Here are two things you should ask yourself when it comes to your company bank account: What is the money that’s coming in? What is the money that’s being spent? You need to run everything through a bank account for your company to make sure its seen as a legitimate and separate entity from yourself. Bonus: This will also make doing your taxes easier. You cannot treat your company bank account as if it’s your personal piggy bank. This means you have to be careful in the accounting for your company. If you ever take money out of your company account you must keep a record of it as a dividend from your company. If you fail to do the above, your LLC’s legal status will no longer apply. You will be easy to sue. Keep your records on point to keep your LLC protected. Maintain Accurate Records To Keep Your LLC Litigation-Proof I recommend keeping an eye on your company bank account at all times. Even CPAs can make mistakes. If you have any questions about what we just went over feel free to ask me in the comments section, I’d be glad to help you. If you’ve got this down, check out our other posts to learn more about preserving your wealth with an LLC structure. If you’re ready to form your LLC or improve your asset protection plan, we can help you. Schedule your personal consultation today. Our experts can assist with every aspect of company formation, management, and oversight. We’re also happy to address your business banking and tax questions.