GDB Law Practical Guides: Asset Protection for Real Estate Investors, Builders and Landlords
Ownership of real estate carries with it the threat of litigation from tenants, buyers, laborers, guests or even passers-by. Considering the risks, property owners should take steps to protect their assets from potential plaintiffs by employing various asset protection strategies.The attorneys in Gallet Dreyer & Berkey’s Asset Protection Practice work with landlords, builders and real estate investors to protect their assets, including their real estate and their personal property.
Below is a collection of articles on effective asset protection for property owners.
A Practical Guide to Asset Protection for Real Estate Investors, Builders and Landlords
- How and Why to Protect Your Assets
- Why Insurance is Not Enough
- How Foreign Purchasers of U.S. Real Estate Can Save Significant Taxes
- An Authoritative Guide to Offshore Asset Protection
- Efficacy of Family Limited Partnerships: A Case Study
- On the Proper Use of Family Limited Partnerships
- Creating a Safety Net for Landlords
- Landlords and Property Owners to Face Increased Lawsuits
- New Opportunities for Ownership of Co-op Apartments by Family Limited Partnerships & Trusts
- The Drywall Problem and Asset Protection
- Turning Property into a Fortress
- Real Estate Held by Family Limited Partnerships are Now Eligible for the STAR Exemption
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