Asset Protection for Beneficiaries

Your child’s spouse may be able to claim a portion of your child’s inheritance if they get divorced. At your death, an asset protection trust can be established for each of your children to ensure that their inheritance is not reached by a divorcing spouse. Additionally, if a child or other loved one is in a high-risk profession (such as a physician, attorney, architect, engineer or contractor), an asset protection trust will also protect that child’s inheritance from suing patients or clients, or other creditors.