Viles Law Firm

Your home is often the most important asset to protect from creditors. Your house represents both financial and emotional investment. A personal residence trust can protect your home. These trusts are irrevocable in the sense that no one else (creditor or plaintiff) can undo the trust except for you. Once you transfer the deed of your home to the trust, the trust owns the home. You are no longer the actual owner. The trust is the owner of your home. Because the home is no longer your personal asset, creditors cannot access it. You will have to appoint a third party to be the trustee. You cannot be your own trustee. We can tailor the trust to your specific needs.




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