BUSINESS ASSET PROTECTION2019-02-20T12:20:13-06:00

Business Asset Protection

Business Asset Protection
As your business grows and you collect assets, your business gains value. While this is the goal of every company, it can open you up to lawsuits with the potential for a high recovery. If you take the time to plan ahead, you can structure your business in a way that allows you to protect your assets.

At the law offices of Bennett, Weston, LaJone & Turner, P.C., our attorneys have been helping businesses with asset protection for more than a decade. If you are looking for a lawyer to discuss how to protect your business assets, contact us today and schedule a face-to-face consultation with one of our attorneys.

Business Structuring to Protect Your Assets
Your business is a singular entity, which means all of the assets are exposed in the event of a lawsuit. We can help you restructure your business into multiple entities, proactively building your business and rooting out potential problems, so you are protected. We will build a strategy designed so that a claim or lawsuit filed against you, or a divorce, does not put your entire business at risk. This structuring can also tie in with your estate planning goals.

Preparing Yourself for Litigation
The United States is one of the most litigious countries in the world. People find new ways to sue businesses all the time, especially when those suits have the potential to yield big results. At some point, your business will probably face business litigation. We can help you take a proactive approach, so you can minimize court costs and potential losses.

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Your initial consultation will last 1 – 2 hours & will cost $200 – $500.

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