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Think of this asset protection structure like owning your own private bank... except you like yourself!

You become like the great and powerful Oz... you own nothing but control everything. Control assets without revealing your name, social security number, or ownership interest. As the "Banker" you can buy yourself a company car, give yourself a personal loan or perhaps mortgage up your own property to protect your equity. As the "Banker" of your private bank you can wire funds in and out of the country, set up corporations and LLC's owned by your Nevada LLLP (not you) and make investments. But probably the best part is you can give yourself a corporate benefit plan to wipe out taxes and/or pay yourself and your spouse managements wages.

You can open a bank or brokerage account without providing your social security number. Transfer funds, both in and out of the country, without ever revealing your identity and design an estate plan your creditors can't touch. And how you can o offshore to "bulletproof" your cash and learn the secrets for hiding and protecting your assets from lawsuits and seizures!

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The following steps provide you with the best asset protection:

  • STEP 1 - Form a Management Privacy Trust (MPT) to act as the general partner and nominee of LLLPs and LLCs to give you total privacy. This trust and your name do not appear on any public record thereby allowing you discreet control by directing the trustee.

  • STEP 2 - Form a Wealth Protection Trust (WPT) that owns a Limited Liability Limited Partnership (LLLP) company as the asset protection foundation.

  • STEP 3 - Next, form a Nevada Limited Liability Limited Partnership (The Triple LLLP) that owns the Offshore Company keeping you and your family in complete privacy and fully protected by Nevada's charging order protection and trustee nominee privacy rules.

  • STEP 4 - Next, form the Offshore Company (IBC) and have your trustee wire your large "nest-egg" investment to an offshore bank beyond the reach of the U.S. court system.

  • STEP 5 - Next, have your trustee form inexpensive domestic 'privacy' LLCs owned by the IBC that in turn re-titles the ownership name of your home, cars, boat, furniture, vacation property and the U.S. investments to these LLCs. Further, have the trustee create promissory liens on all your properties and your home using these same LLCs.

  • STEP 6 - Finally, a Family Living Trust containing a Physician's Directive, Last Will & Testament, Guardianship, Durable Powers of Attorney, Non-Contestability, Letter of Wishes and Pour-Over Will provisions to secure the family's estate for your heirs.


Control assets without owning them and make your property invisible to Asset Searches. That is the ultimate goal of real asset protection.

Create privacy by using a Management Privacy Trust™ (“MPT”) and a Nevada Limited Liability Limited Partnership (LLLP) to pass your family business and real estate interests to your heirs as successor beneficiaries. Management Privacy Trusts can also be used to prevent your Family Limited Liability Limited Partnership from being used by your creditors to discover your most valuable assets.

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Without an asset preservation plan, most of your estate could go to lawyers or the government, not your heirs. Due to the tragic events of September 11, increased scrutiny has been placed on offshore banking institutions and offshore trust jurisdictions that many Americans previously used to protect their assets. However, a Wealth Protection Trust™ ("WPT") provides asset protection and financial privacy without having to leave the country.
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These trusts can hold a variety of assets for the beneficiaries in a safe manner and work best with other legal entities. The trustee can hold, administer,manage, and distribute the trust's assets to its beneficiaries without interference by the settler’s subsequent business or legal activities. Claims and legal actions against the settler do not impact the trust or its beneficiaries as long as no fraudulent conveyance is involved in its formation and the client acts while there are no legal storms brewing on the horizon.

A WPT is a “Grantor Trust” that permits you and any other parties you choose to be its beneficiaries. As an irrevocable trust whose assets cannot be demanded by a beneficiary, attached or garnished by a beneficiary’s creditors, this powerful tool can provide protection from creditors while still allowing the “founder” benefits and control of the LLLP assets. WPTs are appropriate for a wide range of people such as professionals, officers, directors, fiduciaries, real estate owners with exposure to legal liability, and business owners.

Only in Nevada does the law provide one major advantage that is so preferable that it is difficult to justify establishing Wealth Protection TrustsTM in any other state. This advantage lies in a shorter time period under Nevada law between the date an asset is transferred and the date the asset is protected from the creditors of the founder.

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Probate is the automatic legal process whereby a Court Judge administers your will, according to the law, and adjudicates the interests of your heirs and other parties who may have claims against your estate. By law, it is necessary to "probate your estate", whether or not you have a valid will. Any party may challenge the probate in court and if the claim is rejected, the claimant may file a lawsuit to prove the claim.

Once the Court gets involved it stays involved. The Court Judge, not your family, controls how your assets are to be used. Probate is expensive and publicly embarrassing for your family. Probate can last over a year before all the property is distributed, and incur substantial court and attorney costs for your family. John Ewing Seminar Bridgeway Asset Protection Plan

Property held in a Living Trust avoids probate. Your personal representative provides documentation to the court, and your estate is prevented from ever entering probate. One of the many ways to avoid probate is to execute a Living Trust.

As creator of a trust, you transfer ownership of your real property from yourself to a trust- which you control and can revise at any time. Upon death, the persons you named as beneficiaries in the trust acquire full ownership of the property of the trust. A Living Trust helps your estate avoid estate tax. And unlike probate (which is a fully public process), a Living Trust shields your private affairs and that of your heirs from public scrutiny.

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A family living trust is a necessary component in family and estate planning:

  • Offers maximum privacy
  • Avoids probate and is rarely challenged
  • Can reduce or eliminate estate taxes
  • Controls undistributed assets
  • Retains assets as long as you want
  • Preserves inheritances for children
  • Protects dependents with special needs
  • Distributes assets to heirs quickly
  • Prevents loss of control
  • Takes care of you while you’re alive


Lawyers for plaintiffs will only initiate litigation when they believe it will pay off, not against judgment-proof defendants. The first step in becoming judgment-proof is to get your assets out of your personal ownership. One of the best ways to do this is to transfer your money, investments, vehicles, real property, and other assets into an offshore corporation.The best way of getting a plaintiff’s lawyers to accept a token settlement is to convince the lawyers that your assets are truly beyond their reach.
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By forming an Offshore International Business Company (IBC) you create a legal entity to hold assets, do business, and shelter the identities of the beneficial owners. No investigative agencies, trial lawyers, ex-spouses, ex-business partners, creditors, or anyone else attempting to locate your wealth will be able to find your sheltered accounts and assets. This makes you a very poor prospect for a lawsuit.

Case Story #7:
Case of the A&W Restaurant

A mother and son team owned a small-town A&W Restaurant and a small shopping complex employing approximately 30 full and part-time employees. One of the restaurant's junior-managers unexpectedly sexually harassed two female employees and was subsequently fired. However, the fired junior manager soon returned by filing a wrongful dismissal lawsuit and claiming no such abuse took place

The two female employees, in turn, also engaged attorneys and sued the owners of the A&W for $3 million and $4 million dollars respectively, claiming sexual discrimination, emotional distress, physical harm, and alleging a "pervasive" atmosphere of sexual harassment that led to on-site sexual incidents.

The owners now faced multiple lawsuits and felt sure that any decisions would rule in favor of at least one employee. Their greatest fear was a class-action lawsuit plaintiffs' attorneys were surely considering.

Thankfully, these owners had already established their asset protection. The shopping mall was previously placed into an LLC with multiple partner-owners to create charging order protection. The restaurant was previously placed into a Nevada Corporation. Under new Nevada State laws all stock in the corporation is also protected by charging order protections (available only to Nevada Corporations and not to the corporations of any other state.) Finally, there were no other significant assets in the Nevada corporation.

At a meeting with the plaintiffs' attorneys, the owners pointed out there was no "pot of gold at the end of the litigation rainbow". The clients had thought and planned ahead, and the plaintiffs' attorneys could not assert any fraudulent transfer. The plaintiffs' attorneys did not want to go through a protracted and expensive litigation challenging asset transfers. All suits were dropped and the owners cleared of any wrong-doing.

The fired junior-manager subsequently served a 20-month prison sentence on sexual misconduct charges relating to the incidents.


Tom Stanton thought he had it all - a beautiful home for his family, the car he had always wanted, a growing list of investments, his children in excellent schools, and dream vacations with his wife.

BUT that all changed when he was served with process naming him as a defendant in a huge lawsuit.

It did not matter that he was convinced he had done nothing wrong. He lost everything he had and still owes his attorney for all the legal costs.


Contingency-fee cases and run-away jury awards have created a legal onslaught in the justice system. A growing number of aggressive attorneys are now willing to pursue even marginal cases in the pursuit of massive awards.

Adding to this problem, and encouraging these lawsuits, is the fact that the cost of defending against even a frivolous lawsuit often costs a minimum of $100,000 - even before the trial begins! Most defendants find it necessary to surrender and "settle" rather than endure the prolonged emotional pain and financial destruction of a full out battle. These "settlements" are often little more than formalized legal extortion.

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JudgeDo not be fooled - even if you are innocent, that does not mean the courts are on your side. Jurors often side with the plaintiff who appears to need the funds in question rather than the defendant who they assume has money to spare.

Even a judge's own personal feelings or politics can put you in jeopardy. Read the following outrageous quote below:

"As long as I am allowed to redistribute wealth from out-of-state companies to injured in-state plaintiffs, I shall continue to do so. Not only is my sleep enhanced when I give someone else's money away, but so is my job security, because in-state plaintiffs, their families, and their friends will re-elect me."
- Chief Justice Richard Neely, West Virginia Supreme Court

If you act NOW it's not too late to shield your assets from plaintiffs and their attorneys. Clients are happy to learn that there is still a lot they can do to protect their assets.

Judgment-proof Your Assets to Avoid Ruinous Lawsuits

The first step in becoming judgment-proof is to get your assets out of your personal name. One of the best ways to do this is to transfer your liquid assets into an offshore corporation. This is a legal entity that you control. Lawyers for plaintiffs will only continue to pursue cases the believe will pay off, not those against judgment-proof defendants. The best way of getting the plaintiff's lawyer to accept a token settlement is to convince the lawyer that you have no assets.

By forming an offshore international business company, you create a legal entity to hold liquid assets. And no one knows who the owner is. All of the investigative agencies, which help trial lawyers, ex-spouses, ex-business partners, and creditors locate the wealth of the defendants they want to sue, will not be able to see or locate your offshore accounts. This makes you a poor prospect for a lawsuit.


Under the U.S. legal system, the deck is stacked in favor of the Plaintiff and against the Defendant. Many lawyers now specialize in contingency fee lawsuits in which they are paid only a percentage of whatever they win for their clients. This encourages the filing of numerous frivolous lawsuits.

Without Asset Protection, You Could Lose Everything
  • Nine out of ten lawsuits in the world are filed in the United States
  • If you own a business or practice a profession, you have a one chance in three of being named a Defendant in a lawsuit in the next year, and it will only get worse. It is estimated that there are over 100,000 law school students in school right now.

Since a new lawsuit is filed every two seconds, the average business owner or professional person stands a chance of being sued numerous times in his or her lifetime. Any lawsuit, no matter how apparently worthless, could result in a ruinous judgment, or at a minimum disastrous legal fees.

Any of these events could leave you penniless and in debt:

  • A negligence or injury claim, whether justified or not, that exceeds any insurance coverage you may have
  • Breach of contract through no fault of your own
  • A professional malpractice suit
  • Lawsuits from disgruntled business partners or employees
  • Loan guarantees
  • Huge fines for violating state or federal law because of the actions of an employee
  • Claims from creditors should your business fail
  • Catastrophic medical bills
  • Seizure of your home or other assets without due process by the U.S. Customs or other government agencies with forfeiture power - The Patriot Act
  • A huge tax bill and escalating penalties following an IRS audit


Other states allow plaintiffs to easily “pierce the corporate veil” and impose corporate liability upon shareholders, directors and officers. Nevada law makes it extremely difficult to “pierce the corporate veil” and it exempts directors and officers from personal responsibility for corporate liabilities except for intentional breaches of duty. Nevada does not require disclosure of corporate shareholders or limited partners. Therefore, one can anonymously maintain control of all assets.

In 1988 Bill Reed, Esq. former collections Attorney was having lunch with a federal judge. He noted to the judge that defendants with the largest assets often proved the hardest to collect from, and even when they lost everything, they frequently kept their cash and their lavish lifestyles. The judge countered Bill’s assessment saying, “Bill, if I can find an asset anywhere in my jurisdiction (the United States), I can seize that asset. Don’t ever forget that!”

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An important part of asset protection is privacy! At Bridgeway Financial Corporation we can provide full privacy for our clients.


Nevada doesn't share confidential information about its corporations and limited partnerships with the IRS. In 1992 and again in 2001, the IRS formally requested such an exchange program and the Nevada Governor turned the IRS down flat!

Case Story #5:
Protecting a Medical Practice

A successful dentist owned his home, a diversified stock portfolio, his business practice, and an income-producing office building. However, the dentist was concerned about his continued liability exposure in the likely event of a malpractice lawsuit.

The doctor and his wife of thirty-five years reside in a 'Community Property' State. One of the worst aspects of community property law is that any creditor of either of the spouses can collect against both the husband and the wife, and against their community property.

What was done to protect them? First, the couple entered into a 'division of property assets' agreement. This agreement between the doctor and his wife legally converted their community properties into separately owned properties. It was important that the assets be divided such that a creditor could go after the doctor's assets but have a difficult time going after the wife’s assets in the event either or both are sued. The doctor retained only the assets a creditor would find useless, such as the assets of his medical practice.

For further protection, the dentist transferred the apartment building into a Nevada Limited Liability Company (LLC), and the home was transferred to a Principal Residence Trust (PRT), and both were connected to a properly set up Nevada Limited Liability Limited Partnership (LLLP).


Insurance companies are increasing exclusions and reducing coverage while fees are increasing. Many small businesses and professionals can no longer afford coverage because it has become too expensive!

If you own a business or practice a profession you have a one-in-three chance of being named a defendant in a lawsuit in the next year, and the odds will only grow worse. It is estimated that over 100,000 law school students are currently approaching graduation.

In spite of all of the money you pay in insurance premiums, there is no traditional insurance that can relieve you from the fear and anxiety that arises when litigation looms its ugly head. Even when the odds are in your favor, the time and effort required to prepare a defense can be unbelievably disruptive to your everyday business.


An asset is not vulnerable if it is not held in your name. A Nevada LLC is the best place to secure investments because it provides privacy, limited liability and charging order protection. Nevertheless, Nevada corporate assets can be compromised during post-judgment discovery and the federal courts have supremacy over all state courts. Therefore, the best way to protect an asset is to transfer it out of your name and move it offshore outside the jurisdiction of the United States Courts. Once you develop financial problems, it will be too late because any property transferred will be set aside as a fraudulent transfer due to the timing of the transfer. If you delay and a plaintiff prevails, you could lose everything!

Case Story #6:
Protecting Her Home

The woman was 84, her husband was deceased. She had lived in her home for 30 years, and it was fully paid off. With virtually no savings, she lived off her Social Security checks.

While driving to visit her granddaughter, she was involved in an automobile accident and was subsequently sued and held responsible for the accident. The plaintiff and their attorney demanded damages $250,000 in excess of her insurance coverage. It was obvious she could very much be in danger of losing her home - a devastating possibility.

However, wisely she had previously transferred the ownership of her home out of her name and into a properly set up Irrevocable Trust.

Upon doing an 'asset sweep' search, the plaintiff’s attorney suddenly ceased their efforts to pursue this client in excess of her insurance coverage. Typically, a plaintiff and their attorney will often settle the case in order to obtain the insurance monies rather than go through a prolonged trial that may take months or perhaps years to settle and achieve nothing.

It is important to note that you do not need to be rich to engage in asset protection planning. All assets are worth protecting.

Whether you own a home with equity of $75,000 to $1,000,000 (or more) the need to protect your assets is the same. A simple settlement leading any plaintiff to your insurance company relieves you of the costs and stress of dealing with a tragic situation.


Even if the judgment of a U.S. court should target your International Business Corporation (IBC), the foreign courts of the British Virgin Islands or Cayman Islands do not recognize U.S. court judgments.

This ability to protect your assets is the reason many doctors, business professionals, and owners of small businesses have discovered IBCs as an effective way to protect assets.

The main reason for setting up an IBC – International Business Company is to create an offshore haven to move liquid assets quickly out of the United States. It is a known fact that judges, IRS and government agencies have frozen cash accounts in a move to cripple their opponent…that’s you. As part of “bullet proof” asset protection one should create a reserve account which we recommend in the Cayman Islands with at least a minimum balance of funds. If a client needs to move liquid assets quickly in light of pending litigation they can do so from their LLLP or LLC safely thereby avoiding the “fraudulent transfer rule” and avoiding any chance that a Judge can freeze all your cash assets.

IncorporateFurther, we recommend you “test drive” your offshore account. You will find that the brokers are friendly, speak English and understand asset protection…that’s part of their business. You will be amazed how easy it is to move money in and out of the U.S. and we can take care of any tax filings if you earn income offshore. Air travel is quick, hotels are great and restaurants are enjoyable as you go out and visit your money or you may never go…the choice is yours.

Once a lawsuit has been filed, the law will not allow you to move your assets. You must act ahead of time to protect what you own before it comes under attack.

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