Nobody wants to unnecessarily part ways with their hard earned money. Planning ahead helps to keep money and property in the family or wherever one prefers during disability or after death. Aside from the simple will, there are many avenues that should be explored when setting up an asset protection plan. Talking with a lawyer about your legal options can prove to be extremely useful should the unexpected happen.
Putting your property in trust may be the best way to preserve your assets for future generations. Sometimes a little more planning and ingenuity is necessary to properly preserve assets and property. Also, there may be tax implications to consider when setting up an asset protection plan. No matter your age, it is never too early to set up a complete asset protection plan to secure your future and the future of your family.
Legal Assistance with Bankruptcy
The thought of bankruptcy is frightening to most people, but with the right legal firm, you can safely navigate the process of bankruptcy and come out ahead. Attorney Bohnet and Attorney Farrington in Palmer, Massachusetts and Westfield, Massachusetts we have many years of experience with bankruptcy law.
Attorney Bohnet and Attorney Farrington have assisted clients through hundreds of bankruptcy petitions. Bankruptcy is not an option for everyone. There are threshold requirements and time limitations for filing bankruptcy. A bankruptcy lawyer can look over your case and advise you of your options. Most cases are filed under Chapter 7, 11, or 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Federal courts have jurisdiction in bankruptcy cases—meaning state courts cannot hear a bankruptcy case. We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
There are numerous laws, both federal and state, that apply to bankruptcy. A bankruptcy attorney can answer questions you might have, such as: Will I lose my house and car? How will bankruptcy affect my credit?
Other Practice Areas
- Social Security Disability
- Wage Cases
- Discrimination Cases