More than ever we are subject to snooping and seizures by government and private entities.Don't let people rob you of your hard earned gains, with unfounded claims and demands.
You can not stop many seizures from occurring, except by making your assets unavailable to those that would take your assets without you even knowing about it until it is too late.
More info about seizures of property . Check out these links to see what can happen. The overriding conclusion is:
DON'T LET THEM KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE,
THEN THEY CAN'T GET IT!
Check these links to see some of the things that can happen
if you are titling property in your own name.
And it isn't just money laundering. It is simple everyday things like the DMV
or collection agencies:
OK how about if you have had a drunk driving conviction (lots of good people have) You might be targeted by police who instantly can check the registration of your car and see that the owner fits this profile. The lights flash, and you are in for a unpleasant experience, even if you have done nothing wrong, or maybe it isn't even your car. Easy preventive solution. Title your car in a trust name and that way the owner has a clean record.
OK one more about people losing their houses.
The solution offered here to protect against all of these things is to not own these assets. Your FCS title holding trust will own them. But you control everything, but only you know that, thus everyone else doesn't know who truly owns these things. (Bank account, property, vehicles)
Full Count Services has provided Title Holding Land Trusts to our clients for the past 8 years. We have done 1000′s of Land Trusts in all 50 states. How much do you value Privacy and Anonymity? Our clients value privacy because they are Real Estate Market Trend Setters. Leaders not followers our clients know its a copy cat league and dominate the Real Estate Markets by having privacy thru Land Trusts. FCS clients count on our team of professionals to keep up with the trends in the Real Estate market. Join a winning team and get your assets protected.
Protect your property now!
Don’t let lawsuits, judgments, tax liens, probate or other taxes strip the value of your property!
You have worked hard and invested money in your residence and your investment properties. There are many people who would like to take it away from you! A land trust is an inexpensive and effective means of protecting your assets and privacy!
Ok, What is a Land Trust?
These simple title holding trusts were originally started in Illinois, so they are often called Illinois Land Trusts. The purpose of a land trust is to allow one to have the legal title to his property held by another person, the trustee, while retaining all of the rights and privileges of property ownership as the beneficiary (the beneficial interest). The trustee acts only upon the beneficiaries direction. The original property owner still retains all rights, such as the right to possession, to collect rent, mortgage the property, homestead exemption, tax benefits and any other benefit they currently possess.
Avoid Probate, Save Taxes
Property held in a land trust can be designated for transfer of ownership whenever you wish. Your spouse, children or other successors can bypass costly and time consuming probate proceedings and can sell or refinance the property without delay. Probates often take years to settle, but with a land trust your heirs could sell immediately and avoid expenses on property they inherit but don’t wish to keep.
Protect Your Credit Report
Public recordings related to property held in the name of an individual will show up on personal credit reports, thereby lowering credit scores and access to credit. If you hold title to property in a land trust, any liens relating to your property will not report to your personal credit report, but instead to the trust. This allows you time to work out problems since they do not appear on your personal reports.
Insulate Your Property From Liens & Judgments
Liens, judgments, lis pendens actions and claims by city and county government usually attach to property held by a person in his or her name, or as a co-owner with others. However with a land trust in place, legal matters affecting the beneficiaries do not pass through to the subject property.
Bank Accounts Stock Brokerage Accounts etc
Cars Boats,all other assets
All of these assets can be seized by taxing and other government entities without any warning, even if you have done nothing wrong. With a land trust these assets will not be visible to any entity looking for your assets. With more information available online than ever, it is insanity to title these assets in your own name. It is just as easy to write a check on a trust account as your personal account, and no one will ever connect your trust asset to your name.
Many cities and counties charge hefty transfer taxes when a property is sold to another person. Property taxes are often reassessed and taxes may be increased considerably. In California, it is possible that the property taxes could be increase by several times. With a land trust, it is possible to privately transfer the beneficial interest in the trust (the actual ownership) without reporting to any governmental agency.
Legal ownership of all real estate is listed with the county recorder’s office in all counties. That means your personal ownership information is available to anyone who wants it. If you form a land trust, your interest in the property remains confidential and is not a matter of public record.
About Costs, LLC’s and Corporations
Many people advise real estate owners to hold title to their properties in LLC’s or corporations. This does provide a good deal of asset protection, but does have some draw backs. We believe that the absolute best way to hold title to real estate is with a combination of the land trust and an LLC. The benefit to you is that you get all the advantage of both forms of ownership. However, this may not be the best thing for all real estate owners. However, do not become confused about this. It is always best to hold title to all your assets in trust. If you do nothing else to for asset protection, form a title holding trust, and work with it to protect your assets and good name.
When You Order Our Complete Land Trust Package, We Take Care of Everything For You!
Here is How it Works:
1) Start an order with our company. We just need your name and contact information and a form of payment.
2) We open your order and assign a trust documentation specialist to your order. She will confer with you about your needs and goals under the trust. She will collect some additional details about your property and beneficiaries and help you to design the trust to achieve your goals, and answer any additional questions you might have. She will then prepare your complete trust agreement detailing all of the rights, obligations and duties of each participant, and prepare the documentation for you to sign and keep. She will do everything necessary to set up the trust , including working with your escrow company if necessary.
3) Trustee service and mailing address service is included with your land trust set up package at just 12.95 per mo. This is invaluable service since it keeps your name out of public view assuring your privacy.
4) In addition, we will remain available to help you with any questions, concerns or changes you may have in the future pertaining to your land trust. Our expert advisers will remain available to you at no extra cost to guide you in the effective administration of your trust.
5) We are also available to any title company or closing agent working with you on the acquisition or sale of any properties involving your land trust. We will directly co-ordinate with such agencies and sign and provide any documentation required whenever necessary to achieve your objectives regarding your property.
6) Most importantly, we provide you with a certification of trust document. This guarantees that your trust will be honored and validated anytime you need it. This becomes especially important in the event you are selling the property or refinancing, since your title company will require it.