“The only way you can protect yourself is taking action ahead of time.”
Scott Smith is the owner of Royal Legal Solutions, an asset protection company for real estate investors which develops strategies to maximize tax savings and protect from lawsuits. He himself is a real estate investor who holds real estate investments in 10 states. He believes that if a person is building a real estate empire, he is bound to get sued and being one step ahead is the wisest way to protect his assets.
During the episode, Scott explains the 6 keys that would help property owners protect their assets from devastating lawsuits. In the real estate world, getting sued is a common thing and a very expensive one. He explains the foundation of asset protection and several ideas that go with it. Listen in and find out why real estate investors need professional asset protection.
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ILAB 96 Show Notes
Where we are:
Sam – Florida
Johnny – Ukraine
Company – Royallegalsolutions.com
Email – Scott@RoyalLegalSolutions.com
Youtube – Royal Legal Solutions
LinkedIn – Scott-Royal-Smith
ArtofFX – start with just a $10,000 account (reduced from $25,000)
Fundrise – start with only $1,000 into their REIT funds (non-accredited investors OK)
Wealthfront – get your first $15,000 managed free
07:57 – His journey to Real Estate Investing
12:28 – The foundation for protecting assets
17:45 – Lawsuits from accidents
20:21 – The truth about Insurance Companies
22:10 – Getting started with Asset Protection
23:37 – Series LLC
28:43 – Insurance and other asset protection
31:17 – Recommendations for what insurance to choose
32:51 – Umbrella Policy
33:33 – Separation of the asset with your personal name
34:37 – Compartmentalization of Assets
37:43 – The Unanimity Structure
40:20 – What do Royal Legal Solutions do?
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