How Does a Trust Protect my Assets?

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Want to understand how a trust can protect your assets?

Asset Protection and Estate Planning Attorney, Charles Bratton, posted this free article explaining the differences between the common Revocable Trust and Irrevocable Trust and how one can protects your assets. Learn the main differences between the two, most importantly how one is often used to protect assets from nursing homes,  beneficiaries’ divorcing spouse, bankruptcy trustee, and lawsuit creditor (i.e. malpractice claim or car accident plaintiff).

Asset protection is part of a comprehensive estate plan; consult with our qualified estate planning attorney, Charles Bratton, to determine how asset protection techniques can protect you and your family.  You can reach our estate planning lawyers by calling our South Jersey office at 856-857-6007.