Trusts are unique financial instruments and they hold a special place in our legal history. People have been using trusts to manage, protect and share their financial assets since the early Roman republic. In the middle ages, real estate trusts became very popular in England because of their safety features.
A trust is simply a holding device for safekeeping your financial assets privately. And it is the private nature of trusts that makes them unique and powerful for you.
Did you know that a real estate trust — is the safest, most private way for you to own all types of real property? Most people use their personal name. Others use the popular LLC or their living trust. Yet these three ownership methods are all in the county recorders public records database.
Only the real estate trust gives you private, confidential ownership. Your personal name and address never appear in the public records. You also get silent transfers or sales of ownership interests. Your property is legally isolated from your personal tax liens or judgments. A private trust is difficult for attorneys to sue. Isn’t the best way for you to own property is in a real estate trust?
A Business Trust combines the best features of a corporation, llc and partnership all in one. Yet it’s much less hassle – no secretary of state registration, no fees, no resident agent, and no state permission. It can operate in California or nationwide. And your Business Trust is completely private.
A Business Trust is recognized as wholly, valid and legal form of business organization, with the right to do business, hold and convey real estate, make contracts and enforce its rights in court.
The greatest advantage a trust offers you is their private nature. No other instrument provides the level of privacy and security that you can obtain with a trust. Each one is designed to safeguard your financial assets.
There are many types such as — Real Estate Trusts, Business Trusts, Living Trusts, Insurance Trusts, and Holding Trusts. All provide for ownership privacy, reduced liability, and safety.
Do you own a business, real estate, or financial assets?
Many people know their assets are safer when legally separated from themselves personally. LLCs and corporations are often used for that purpose. Yet one handicap is that LLCs and Corporations are state sanctioned and registered public entities.
Wouldn’t you feel safer if ownership of your important assets was independent of the state and invisible to the public?
Only a trust can give you ownership privacy of assets and freedom to operate. You also get reduced personal liability and the ability to make ownership transfers or sales quietly. And your private trust is difficult to sue. There are many superior benefits to using a trust.