Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) provide an easy opportunity to protect investment assets such as real estate, equipment, rental properties, and other assets held for business or investment. Although some may try and stretch the asset protection benefits to personally Continue reading →
The Veteran’s Administration is now enforcing a 3 year look-back for gifts made by veterans as part of eligibility for VA Aid & Attendance Pension benefits. Essentially, any transfers by a veteran without fair market compensation will result in Continue reading →
Georgia House Bill 122 to change the Rule Against Perpetuities for trusts. Georgia irrevocable trusts are currently limited to a maximum of 90 years. The proposed change will assist families with legacy planning and protection of assets Continue reading →
Attorney Bryson is speaking at a seminar for professionals about safeguarding the financial future of elderly clients through asset protection. The seminar includes strategies and techniques to qualify for government benefits such as VA and Medicaid. The presentation Continue reading →
House Bill 122 introduced in the Georgia General Assembly in week 2 of the Legislative Session proposes to expand the number of years a trust may hold assets. Currently, the limitation is 90 years. This duration is not an issue Continue reading →
Clients have many misconceptions when it comes to Probate. This article will help clarify the more common uncertainties. First off, having a Will does not avoid probate – it is merely a roadmap in which to navigate Probate.
Have you ever worried about what would happen to your animals after your death? Would there be someone willing to step in to love and care for your pet? Can you name a pet as a beneficiary in Continue reading →
Although there are many good reasons for their implementation, Revocable Trusts are too often promoted for the wrong ones. Revocable Trusts are commonly referred to as Living Trusts or Revocable Living Trusts (hereinafter referred to as “RLT”) and are promoted as a way to avoid the costly, time-consuming, public spectacle of PROBATE.