Central Florida and Greater Orlando Asset Protection Attorneys

The Law Office of Stephen D. Dunegan has decades of experience helping Florida individuals and families develop legal asset protection strategies to protect their estate or business interests from lawsuits and other creditors.  A traditional estate plan, including planning with a revocable living trust provides no asset protection for the trust maker during his or her life. In order to benefit from asset protection, a person must design and implement additional planning strategies.  Asset protection strategies include the following:

  • Irrevocable Life Insurance Trusts (ILITs)
  • Grantor Retained Annuity Trusts (GRATs)
  • Limited Liability Company (LLCs)
  • Family Limited Partnership (FLPs)
  • Lifetime Beneficiary Trusts
  • Self-settled Asset Protection Trusts (both domestic and foreign)
  • Traditional common law strategies including Tenants By The Entireties, Homestead, Wages Accounts, Annuities and Retirement Plans

Contact the asset protection attorneys at The Law Office of Stephen D. Dunegan today in order to discuss asset protection options available to you and your family.

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