Get your corporate attorney to recommend a top notch local estate planning attorney.
Nothing can replace a face to face meeting with a 1/2 hour to hour meeting to discuss your
Most likely the outcome will be a trust that avoids probate and guardianship.
Your new estate planning attorney will discuss what assets are protected by state statutes,
and recommend what level of insurance to purchase in case of auto accidents(like an umbrella
Your corporations already give you protection of your personal assets.
The answer given does not imply that an attorney-client relationship has been established and your best course of action is to have legal representation in this matter.
It seems that you are looking not so much for a trust, or for a will, but for peace of mind. And that's a common result when individuals get their estate plan completed.
And, frankly, Avvo is not the best format for addressing your situation. Your concern about protecting what you have raises issues not only about keeping your assets safe from "creditors and predators," but also the successful continuation of the business operations in the event of your disability or death. I suggest a "team" approach in which you work with your corporate attorney, an estate planning attorney, and a business succession specialist to coordinate your efforts. (Nothing can be more unsettling in a situation such as yours to have one advisor undoing what another advisor has done.) An estate planning attorney would likely be able to recommend a business succession specialist.
One other note. Mr. Pippen's reply refers to "your corporations." Of course, LLC's are not corporations. They give you protection from personal liability similar to that of corporations, but without the formalities required to conduct business as a corporation.
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