Asset Protection For Real Estate Investors

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The Royal Protection Plan

In an industry where over 90% of investors are sued within 20 years, having an asset protection plan is a no-brainer.

The only true legal asset protection you can have is through a compliant corporate structure that limits your liability.

What kinds of investments and assets do people need to protect?

Real Estate Properties
High Risk Businesses
Investment Assets
Intellectual Property

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Founding attorney, Scott Smith, is a real estate investor himself and has learned that keeping your wealth is just as important as making it.

Scott Smith

Scott Smith

Founding attorney, Scott Smith, is a real estate investor himself and has learned that keeping your wealth is just as important as making it.

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Royal Legal

Royal Legal

Royal Legal Solutions is a real estate asset protection law firm focused on protecting clients’ real estate assets.

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How To Name A Trust
How To Name A Trust

In this article, we’ll talk about how to name a trust. It’s an often overlooked—but important—part of setting up a trust. Think of  trust as a set of directions for how to handle certain assets. You can control when, where, and to whom they’re distributed. A trustee,...

Do I Need a Durable Power of Attorney?
Do I Need a Durable Power of Attorney?

Life is unpredictable. But it’s not for nothing that the cliché says: if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. One of the best things you can do to safeguard your assets is to prepare for the worst, including death and debilitating illness. You should also plan for a...

How To Start A Shell Company
How To Start A Shell Company

Why risk exposing yourself (and your assets)? A shell company can streamline your real estate investments while minimizing this exposure. Your shell company is your face to the world, it’s the one that we want people to come after if there’s ever a lawsuit. Think of...