from restrictions,
taxation, and probate

Transfer of ownership to heirs is subject to taxation. Maybe you live in a country where your children or your spouse can inherit you with no tax consequences, as of now.

Be warned: It takes very little to change such legislation! And what if your appointed heir got killed in an accident - maybe the same accident that also took your life? Or what if you want to appoint a completely different heir, who would have to pay some heavy taxes in order to accept the inheritance?

In all cases, there will be probate and legal fees to pay for your heirs on top of any taxes due, particularly if your will is not updated or totally clear on all points. Please do not underestimate those fees! Once you are no longer here, there is nobody to look after this, except the lawyers who benefit directly from things not being simple... Sure, your heirs would like to have a say, but there is nothing they can do until the lawyers have finished what they doom reasonable to do during probate.

With an Offshore Trust as the legal owner of your Estate, you avoid all this. Your Estate can be transferred exactly as it is to your appointed heir, exactly as you desire. No probate. No tax. No legal fees. No reason for family feuds. No reason for you to worry about what happens when you can no longer influence the events. Wouldn't that increase your peace-of-mind?

Here is the outline for what you should do in order to effectively protect your Estate the way you want it:

  1. Familiarize yourself with what an Offshore Trust is, how it works.

    For your general overview of what is involved in the international business set-up you will need, you should check at least the following information on this site:

  2. When done, you should then sign up for our free information about the concepts behind an Offshore Trust and how you can use one to effectively protect your Estate and secure your heir(s) a minimum of hassle and expense.

    These free e-mails will explain to you what you need to do and why. They will also cover:
    • How you get the maximum tax benefits out of transferring assets to your Trust
    • How you obtain the desired protection for your assets.
    • How you use your will to notify your Trust.
    • How you get the most out of your accountant and your attorney.
    • How you deal with multiple heirs.

    Using an Offshore Trust to secure your Estate for your heir(s) is in principle simple - but it does take that you fully understand how everything works, before you go ahead and make some decisions that may not be wise for you.... The peace-of-mind you want does not allow for any not-very-well-thought-through decisions... So, if you haven't signed up yet for this free information, you should do it now!

  3. Call us whenever you have any questions about this - we shall be happy to provide you the answers you need in order to get everything set up so it fits the purpose you have.

    We hope you understand that we can only provide information and tools. The value you will get from using that knowledge and those tools totally depend on the way you use them - but we are here to help with that.

  4. Once you have everything set up for you, you transfer ownership of all the individual items in your Estate to your Offshore Trust.

    You include real estate property, art collections, non-tangible proprietary rights, etc. For contents of bank accounts, you simply wire the funds to the trust account. For securities, you sell or donate them to your Trust. Please consult with your accountant so you maximize your tax benefits and don't incur any tax liability you could have avoided!

  5. You update your will so it will do want you intend - also for your Offshore Trust!

    The benefits you can achieve go far beyond simply protecting your Estate when you start to understand the true legal power of the concepts. It also gives you the necessary tools to conduct all your financial affairs in complete privacy!

Establishing an Offshore Trust can in certain situations cause unnecessary problems if you are unaware of all the implications. You should, in due course, discuss certain aspects of your asset transfers both with your accountant and with your attorney:
  • Make sure your accountant guides you to all the tax benefits you are entitled to.

  • With your attorney, you should first check that you are not running into any problems you did not foresee, and you also need to have your will updated so it works also for your Offshore Trust.

In order to do this correctly, however, you need to fully understand the concepts you are working with - otherwise, you will just risk creating more problems than you solve. But if you could build an Estate that is worth securing, then you can also learn how to use an Offshore Trust to protect it...

You did subscribe to our free information, didn't you?

If you have more than one heir you want to benefit with your Estate, you should establish a Trust for each of them and divide the assets among the Trusts as you want them to be transferred to your heirs.


If you do not yet have your will up-dated, you should seriously consider having it done through your membership of Pre-Paid Legal! Establishing your will and updating it every year is included in this membership that will cost less than a dollar per day! Please check the details of Pre-Paid Legal's incredible membership service before you say "no thank you" to such a value!

Did you sign up for the free information about
how you can protect your Estate for your heir(s) exactly as you want it?
If not yet, please go to the sign-up form now!

(If you don't, you might cause some severe trauma for your Loved Ones by not knowing how to protect them.
Remember, you cannot do it when they need it the most...)

Let's say you have some valuable jewelry you want to protect. You get a safebox in your bank.

The bank gives you the key to the box. The only key that exists.

You put the jewelry in the box, close it, and walk away with the key.

Question: who controls the jewelry? The bank who owns the box? Or you who is in possession of the key?

What would change if you were not the owner of that jewelry? You still have the key to the box. The bank still owns the box. But the jewelry is owned by someone else. Who is now in control of that jewelry?

Morale: Control of assets has nothing to do with ownership. Assets are controlled by the person who has possession of the key, also when that person is not the owner.

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