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Protect Your Property—Before It’s Too Late
Real estate investors take risks. Homeowners, tenants, and even passers-by can sue investors like you, no matter what type of property you own. And if you’re not careful, you could lose more than the property involved in a lawsuit—even your other real estate assets. In our sue-happy society, protecting your assets and investments isn’t just a wise business decision—it’s imperative.
In The Real Estate Investor’s Guide to Corporations, LLCs, and Asset Protection Entities, attorney Richard Williamson explains how separating your investments into business entities can help prevent and limit costly lawsuits. Williamson provides investors with the pros and cons of each type of asset protection strategy and demonstrates how to create and maintain them.
- A detailed look at liability flow and how entities can protect you
- Complete guides to many different types of asset protection entities including LLCs, partnerships, and trusts
- Overview and advantages of the new series LLC for protection of multiple properties
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About the Author
Richard T. Williamson is both an attorney and real estate investor. He advises clients on asset protection and tax matters related to real estate and works with real estate professionals whose customers rely on them to give expert advice on tax consequences related to selling real estate. He is very active in his profession having advised real estate investors in thousands of transactions over the past 20 years. His areas of expertise are asset protection, capital gains tax planning, investment real estate, and estate planning.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book was very informative and easy to understand. It was especially helpful that the author focused on the average real estate investor rather than on the multi-millionaire real estate investor. The asset protection strategies are ones I plan to use and after reading this book, I definitely have a better understanding of Corporations and LLCs.