|How to Be Sure Your
If you have been thinking about
establishing a foreign trust for asset protection from litigation, you
may be concerned about whether you can be sure your nest-egg is really
safer offshore than in the U.S.
This is one of the most often asked questions
by those who are seriously thinking about putting some of their money
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The following is a detailed table of contents of
Why Have Assets Offshore?
Risk Management Offshore
- Asset protection from litigation
- Protection from predatory forfeitures
- Access to foreign investments
- Foreign business ventures
- Political diversification
- Future expatriation
- Greater financial privacy
- Safer banks & insurance companies
Parties to a Foreign Trust
- Fear and greed
- Inept advisors
- Con men and incompetence
- How much can you afford to lose?
- Asset protection and taxes
- Relative risk assessment
- Asset allocation/diversification
- Multiple structures
- Independent control over the foreign trustee
- Employ separation of duties
- Keep Assets in a U.S. Limited Partnership or Limited Liability
Choosing Offshore Advisors
- U.S. grantor/settlor
- U.S. beneficiaries
- Foreign trustee
- Foreign trust protector
Choosing A Foreign Trustee
- How to find advisors you can trust
- U.S. asset protection lawyer
- Offshore trustee
- Offshore investment advisor
- Offshore asset custodian
- Offshore corporate manager
- Offshore protector
Independent Foreign Trust Protector
- Rely on U.S. lawyer?
- Select institutional A.P. trustee
- Select non-resident trustee with no affiliates in U.S.
- Select trustee in common law jurisdiction
- Select trustees that cater to the U.S. market
- Avoid trustees who are willing to forego asset control
Choosing a Foreign Trust Jurisdiction
- Powers and duties of the trust protector
- Using protector services to oversee foreign LLC managers
- Who should be a protector
- Protector should not be subject to U.S. jurisdiction
- Should you keep assets in a U.S. L.P. or L.L.C.?
- Common vs. civil law
- Language and customs
- Insurance statutes and services
- Extent of political corruption
- Political stability
- Available professional services
- Tradition of privacy
- Dependence on U.S. or U.K.
- Communications system and travel
- Cost of living and doing business
- Local taxes asset protection trust law
- Limited liability legislation
- Protects self settled trust assets
- Favorable taxation for foreign trust
- Short statute of limitations
- Provides for solvency defense
- Other considerations
Solvency Defense for Fraudulent Transfers
- Fraudulent transfers can be recovered
- Intent to hinder, delay or defraud a creditor
- Transfer without adequate consideration
- The solvency defense
- Exclude exempt assets
- Exclude transferred assets
- Value assets at fair market/liquidation (UFCA) value
- Apply discounts to restricted assets
- Deduct all known liabilities
- Include expected income available to pay debts
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