Denver Asset Protection Attorneys

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“By working with Mile High Estate Planning, I know that I am making the right decision to protect my family, my business, and myself from a potentially devastating lawsuit.” –Nicholas Valencia, Boulder, Colorado

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Protect Yourself, Your Family, and Your Wealth

Asset protection is another layer of security to safeguard your hard-earned wealth. While many people believe the purpose of asset protection practices is to hide property from or avoid paying taxes to the government, the real goal is to shield your wealth from creditors and others who may bring legal action against you in the future.

Some of your assets may already be protected by state and federal laws and/or insurance policies, but many of your assets are likely to be vulnerable to unforeseen legal attacks, which is why it is important to develop a comprehensive asset protection plan.

Based on your particular circumstances—including your goals, type of assets, risk level, and other financial resources—we will work together to determine the right combination of tools to ensure ALL your assets are thoroughly protected. These tools include (but are not limited to):

  • Trusts
  • Limited partnerships
  • Limited liability companies (LLCs)

It is important that you begin your asset protection planning before any legal issues arise as most courts prohibit asset transfers after a lawsuit has been initiated.

Please contact us today to learn more about protecting your assets.

Key Concepts of Asset Protection

Denver Asset Protection Blog

What is a Testamentary Trust?

A Testamentary Trust is a Trust that is included inside of a Last Will and Testament. This type of Trust allows you to prevent money from […]

What is a Revocable Living Trust?

A Revocable Living Trust is a legal document which allows you to plan for the management and transfer of your financial affairs upon your incapacity or […]

What does it mean to Fund a Trust?

The process of changing the legal owner of property from an individual’s name to a trust’s name is known as funding a Trust. This is done […]

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