Protecting Your Assets

“I’m facing a mountain of debt and I don’t know what to do. Is there a way that I can keep my house?”

“I want to start my own business, but I don’t know how to set it up. Should I incorporate? What if something goes wrong and I get sued?”

“I want to pass along what I have when I die. How do I make sure that my assets go where I want them to go?”

Protecting your assets starts with knowing your rights under the law. An attorney who listens thoughtfully can more fully appreciate your unique situation and provide the advice that you need.

 

You may need to consider bankruptcy. The Bankruptcy Code is complex, with chapters thataddress specific concerns and circumstances. We have extensive experience in dealing with all phases of the bankruptcy process, and we understand the most effective strategies when negotiating on your behalf.

You may have questions related to business and corporate law, areas in which we have the added strength of having business experience. Or, your specific questions might focus on areas related to real estate law and property issues.

Surprisingly, many people do not have a will. They might believe that they are too young – or not “rich enough” – to worry about estates and trusts. The bottom line is that having a will – and keeping it updated to reflect changes in your life – is essential. It is the first step in protecting your assets.

For more information on these and other issues related to the law and your rights, call Attorneys Brzustowicz and Marotta.