Asset Protection Planning

Experienced Asset Protection Attorneys serving DC, Maryland, and Virginia


Asset Protection Planning

In today’s increasingly litigious world it is an unfortunate reality that with increased wealth comes increased exposure to risk and hence the need for asset protection planning. Creditors, private litigants and personal injury attorneys all view high net worth individuals as a targets and potential source of money. At Antonoplos & Associates our team of estate planning attorneys are dedicated to assisting client protect their assets from threats to their personal wealth, their businesses and investments.

At Antonoplos & Associates, we understand that our clients rely on us for asset protection planning to assist them in preserving their assets and wealth for themselves and for future generations. It is your right to protect your assets. Our team of estate planning and asset protection attorneys regularly assist clients to structure their business, real estate and other assets in a to reduce their exposure to potential risk.

Antonoplos & Associates  Asset Protection Services

  • Design of Asset Protection Plans
  • Preparation of Domestic and Offshore Asset Protection Trust
  • Irrevocable Trusts
  • Analysis of Insurance Contracts and Liability Caps
  • Guidance regarding Debtor/Creditor laws, Fraudulent Transfers, Real Property Law,
  • Banking Regulations and Corporate Law
  • Tax planning, and Wealth & Estate Planning

Frequently Asked Asset Protection Questions

What is asset Protection?

Asset protection is a type of planning intended to protect one’s assets from creditor claims. Individuals and business entities use asset protection techniques to limit creditors’ access to certain valuable assets, while operating within the bounds of debtor-creditor law.

What is asset preservation?
Asset protection (sometimes also referred to as debtor-creditor law) is a set of legal techniques and a body of statutory and common law dealing with protecting assetsof individuals and business entities from civil money judgments.