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Michelle L. Grenier, Esq.
 
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Asset Protection

Posted by Michelle L. Grenier Esq. Jan 14, 2016 12:04:43 PM

Protecting Your Assets from Business Activities

  1.  GENERALLY

When starting a business you should consider taking steps to protect your personal assets, including your home, from business creditors and other business claims.  First, consider creating a separate legal entity under which you will conduct your business, e.g. INCORPORATE, set up a LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, etc.  Second, consider non-business protection options such as, filing a DECLARATION OF HOMESTEAD (if applicable in your jurisdiction) for your home.

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Asset Protection

Protecting Your Assets from Business Activities  GENERALLY When starting a business you should consider taking steps to protect your personal assets, including your home, from business creditors and other business claims.  First, consider creating a separate legal entity under which you will [...]

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