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Asset Protection 2018-07-09T20:36:32+00:00

PROTECT YOUR ASSETS

If you are having a hard time with your finances, you should figure out the best form of asset protection.  In order to create a new financial beginning and fresh start, bankruptcy protection allows for this as it eliminates much overwhelming debt.  Many people facing a debt so severe that it literally changes their life when the get out from under it and take control of it.

Filing for bankruptcy can be a success story.

Debt relief followed by credit and financial recovery may be the best option for some who need to get rid of debt.  Where does that leave a debtor who has some real assets?  Clients who have used bankruptcy protection need the assistance of an attorney who really knows the Nevada bankruptcy code, law, and court process.

In many cases, a portion of your assets may be sold, taken, or restructured.  As much as bankruptcy is the best legal tool for debt relief, loss of property can be an unfortunate effect.  There are practices to help protect as many assets as possible.  Schedule a FREE DEBT EVALUATION with our Paradise Debt Relief Attorney to protect as many assets as legally possible.  As an experienced debt relief law firm, our team can help you to explore your options.  We can help explain your best method of debt relief, and see you through the entire legal process.  If keeping your assets is a top priority, we will listen to your needs.

When talking assets and debt relief, this means basically any resource with value that a person or company control or own.  For an individual, an asset has a financial value, and sometimes sentimental value.  An heirloom or family jewelry or other personal assets may have an assessed financial worth, but yet is priceless to a filer.  Assets include houses, cash, vehicles, investments, benefits, retirement savings, or tools used for a job.

Exemption Laws

Taking advantage of exemptions is an effective way of protecting assets.  Nevada has exemption laws that define what can be kept when going through a bankruptcy.  Exemptions available to an individual filing bankruptcy also depends on which chapter they file:  Chapter 7 or Chapter 13.  Our Paradise Debt Relief Attorney will help you not only understand the Nevada exemptions, but which chapter is best for your debt case.

Asset Protection Attorney in Nevada

The bankruptcy court looks at assets in the estate.  How do you protect your assets yet access debt relief? The focus of asset protection is to safeguard your assets from collection efforts.  A well-drafted plan for asset protection may be tough for a creditor to penetrate.  It avoids laying out all your assets out there  for a bankruptcy trustee to inspect.

It is a good idea if you are considering bankruptcy to know everything you can and ask your attorney to explain the options available to you through asset protection.  Because each debt relief case is unique and different, obtain as much information as you can and put the knowledge of your attorney to work for you.

The bankruptcy law is complicated, and knowing the exemptions and legal tools available to protect assets is crucial.  Contact our law firm to handle the process and protect your assets.  We will show you that we are familiar with the law.  And, we have the experience to successfully handle your case.