Asset Protection Planning Attorneyin Middlesex County New Jersey

What does Retirement mean to you? For many, it means transitioning from living a life
of what you “have to do” to a life of what you “get to do.” Others may call it a work-
optional lifestyle. Having a secure and enjoyable retirement requires advanced
planning to ensure you don’t spend your golden years worrying about money or having
to go back to work. Starting your retirement planning as early as possible is essential,
and making smart choices with how you invest can make saving easier.

Your Asset Protection Plan should protect you and your spouse from predators looking to make a claim on your assets while you are alive, and protect your children’s inheritance against creditors and predators after you are gone. The latter can involve issues such as ensuring your child’s inheritance is safe should he or she get divorced. Similarly, your grandchildren may need protection to make sure they receive their inheritances if your child dies and your son-in-law or daughter-in-law remarries. Sadly, your children may even need protection from their own decisions if, for instance, they are not ready or able to handle a large inheritance, or they suffer from drug or alcohol dependency.

Shah and Associates, P.C., has the experience and expertise to offer the finest Asset Protection services available. We will work with you to assess your risks and create a personalized plan to protect your assets. Whether your holdings are great or modest, we have the tools necessary to help you keep what is yours, so that you and your family can enjoy some peace of mind in times of uncertainty.

In order to get the full benefits of any Asset Protection Plan, it is important that it is set up before you find yourself in financial difficulty. Waiting until a lawsuit is looming or the creditors are calling will make asset protection a much more difficult and costly process, and could expose you to further legal liability. Contact us today for an initial consultation to discuss your specific asset protection needs and goals.

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