How to Protect Your Personal Residence from Creditors

by | Jan 30, 2024

In this video, asset protection attorney Jacob Stein discusses 3 options for protecting your personal residence from creditors and plaintiffs. Whether you are being sued, owe money to a lender or have any other legal or financial troubles, your home may be in jeopardy. Having protected the personal residences of over a thousand clients, Mr. Stein is able to clearly and briefly summarize your best options, which include selling your home, encumbering it with more debt, or transferring title out of your name. Each of these three options can be accomplished in a number of ways. Which one will be best for you? Mr. Stein discusses the pros and cons of each option and provides some insights into how to choose the best option for your individual circumstances.

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