Keep Your Assets In Your Hands
We understand how important it is to protect your hard-earned assets. Whether you wish to minimize the impact of taxes and creditors or you wish to qualify for certain benefits, our lawyers at Burnett & Griffin, PLLC, can help you. When it comes to assisting individuals and families in the Elizabethtown area, our hometown attorneys bring experience, dedication and local pride.
With us, you can explore all the options available to you for protecting your bank accounts, stock options, retirement assets and other assets. We analyze your circumstances carefully and guide you toward the solutions that would best achieve your goals. Your legacy is safe in the hands of our asset protection and estate law team.
Creating business organizations, including family limited partnerships, may be solutions for some to reduce tax exposure and otherwise protect legacies. Similarly, analyzing assets and their titles may provide opportunities for legal methods to re-title assets to serve an individual’s goals.
Are you a business owner? We can also help you use tools such as family limited partnerships and limited liability corporations to safeguard your business assets
Using Trusts To Your Benefit
Depending on your individual circumstances, trusts may serve to protect your assets for your future use or for the next generation. We will advise you on the many varieties of trusts available, including:
- Foreign asset protection trusts
- Qualified personal residence trust (QPRT)
- Medicaid asset protection trusts
- Special needs trusts
- Spendthrift trusts
- Generation-skipping trusts
When making a trust, you do not need to fear losing control of your legacy. With our in-depth knowledge of finance and how it intersects with estate planning and elder law issues, we can help you explore your options when it comes to establishing trusts.
Speak With An Asset Protection Attorney
It is never too soon to protect your legacy. Contact our Kentucky team at Burnett & Griffin, PLLC, to discuss your personal finances. You can call 270-506-0246 or send us an email to schedule a time to set up an initial consultation with one of our lawyers.