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Asset Protection involves more than simply setting up a company to run your business, or holding assets in the name of a spouse.

Asset protection involves understanding the risks, having systems in place to deal with risk, how your business is structured, and how personal assets are owned. Planning and regular review are essential for effective asset protection.

Turnbull Hill Lawyers can provide you with an initial appraisal to review your current structures, develop a risk profile, and provide you with written advice on appropriate asset protection and business succession strategies.


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The Truth About Asset Protection:

There are a number of common misconceptions about asset protection. Firstly, people who have never considered protecting their personal assets, such as their family home, typically underestimate the value of those assets. Secondly, there are people who believe asset protection is only for wealthy individual with lots of assets to protect. Finally, business owners often believe their assets, including plant equipment and intellectual property, are automatically protected, when in reality they are the most susceptible to litigation.

The truth is asset protection is something that should always be considered if:

  • You are a home owner
  • You have investments
  • You are self-employed
  • You are a a business owner
  • You are employed in a high-risk industry, such as mining
  • You own valuable intellectual property

When it comes to the protection of assets there are inherent risks that are faced by everyday people that need to be addressed. We can show you these risks, highlight the ramifications and then implement strategies to help you avoid them.

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