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ARE YOU A LAWSUIT ABUSE VICTIM?

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JOHN D. EWING...PROTECTING ASSETS IN UNCERTAIN TIMES

Got any assets? He'll make them disappear... sort of.

In reality, his clients keep their assets and their money, but no one can see them.

The reason? If you don't have anything, no one can take anything away and a life time of savings and assets can evaporate as quickly as one can say, frivolous lawsuit.

These days, most lawyers handle lawsuits on a contingency basis says Mr. Ewing, and they're not going to spend a lot of time going after someone if they don't think that person has anything.

If you own anything, you've got a bulls-eye on your chest. You don't want to own anything, you just want to control it.

Very few people realize they are a target. "But all it takes is one little event, even a traffic accident", says Mr. Ewing. Innocent people have lost everything to a frivolous lawsuit.

Once a financial planning tool used only by millionaires and movie stars, these asset protection techniques are now becoming mainstream across the country.

SUPER-STAR ESTATE PLANNING - MICHAEL JACKSON

Michael Jackson lived an outlandish lifestyle, but he also followed the advice of competent advisors and established corporations and a trust to hold and protect his extensive entertainment assets from creditors, former business partners, lawsuits, and unscrupulous family members. While your assets may not rival Jackson's, you must follow the exact same lawyer-devised strategies to protect your interests.

  • Have a Will,
  • Form a Living Trust, and
  • Protect your assets in Nevada and Offshore Corporations

    Click the pdf article to read Michael Jackson's last will and testimony. Like all wills, it's now a public document. Unlike most wills, however, it's most notable for what's not in the will. There is no division of assets - it merely provides for guardianship of his children. Why? Your will needs to provide for the guardianship of any minors, clearly define who is and is not a relation (Jackson specifically omits to provide for his ex-wife Debbie Rowe), and make clear your wishes- but it's not enough!

    Click the Kiplinger.com pdf article to read 4 Estate-Planning Lessons from Michael Jackson and learn from the pop icon's concise plans for handling his assets and caring for his family.

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