Asset Protection Attorneys in Roseville
Protect Your Future & Guard Your Wealth Today
If you think asset protection is something only the very wealthy think about, think again. When it comes to guarding your wealth, being able to label certain assets as no-go zones can protect your daily livelihood.
Asset protection plans can help in the following situations and more:
- Collection lawsuits from creditors
- Negligence and/or injury claims
- Orderly distribution of assets during probate
- Medical bills that could otherwise lead to financial ruin
If you get the sense that an attorney can help you establish a system that will help you survive in the face of possible financial ruin, you’re on the money. Working with our Roseville asset protection lawyers at Patton Law Group means you have a chance to protect your life’s savings and other property from unforeseen trouble during your life or upon your death.
Safeguard Your Estate Against Creditor Claims
While family members can’t inherit debt, creditors can go after their recently deceased loved one’s estate for payment. That's why a relatively secure estate plan can benefit from asset protection. When someone dies, their probate administrator or estate executor is required to notify every known creditor, who has a limited amount of time to file a claim against the estate.
With some restrictions by law, a recently deceased loved one’s estate can be nearly swallowed by the debts they owed in life, or by greedy creditors acting in bad faith. In either case, a loved one’s estate won’t serve to benefit the people who mattered most to them in life as intended, which is where asset protection can become a critical part of your estate plan.
Protect your loved one’s future and help ensure they get what they deserve by calling our asset protection lawyers in Roseville at (916) 619-0783 today.
Patton Law Group was very easy to work with!” - Solace Rider
“I really feel lucky to have found you and look forward to working with you.”- Arthur W.
“Rachel explained to me very clearly what a trust was in addition to the changes I was trying to make to my will.”- Susan D.