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Jeff and Rebecca will discuss the advisability, applicability and benefits of creating Nevada Trusts for asset protection, estate tax minimization, and state income tax avoidance. The discussion will include the use of Nevada Domestic Asset Protection Trusts (also known as Nevada On Shore Trusts or “NOSTs”), Nevada Incomplete Gift Non-Grantor Trusts (“NINGS”), Intentionally Defective Grantor Irrevocable Trusts (“IDGTs” or “IGITs”), and Beneficiary Defective Irrevocable Trusts (“BDITs”). In addition, there will be a discussion regarding the California Uniform Voidable Transactions Act (“UVTA”) and its potential impact on Nevada Trusts for California residents.
(Purchase of this product will include a Video recording, an Audio recording, and a PDF copy of the Presentation.)
Presented by Jeffrey Burr, Esq. and Rebecca Haines, Esq.
So, is asset protection a primary concern for today’s client – or is it just hype – or is it misunderstood? Join Jeff and Joe as they demystify understanding how to identify the appropriate clients, assets, and jurisdictions that keep the current advisors involved and more simply protect a client’s family and their assets. Review the four categories of choices in today’s onshore and offshore world.
(Purchase of this product will include a Video recording, an Audio recording, and a PDF copy of the presentation.)
Presented by Jeff Burr, Esq. and Joseph Strazzeri, Esq.
Nevada is a top tier jurisdiction when it comes to asset protection and trust planning . . . WHY IS THIS? This presentation will address key advantages of Nevada jurisdiction and laws, including asset protection strategies, tax environment, and dynastic planning. Attorneys, financial advisors, CPAs, and other key client advisors will learn how to help clients reach their planning goals while growing their own practices and profitability.
(Purchase of this product will include a PDF copy of the presentation.)
Presented by Jeffrey Dunham and Jeffrey Burr, Esq.
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