New study reports your odds of being sued in 2020 are now greater than ever. Plaintiff Attorneys, Overzealous IRS, Government Agencies, Ex–Spouse… are all out to get you!
Every year thousands of tenants are successful in law suits against naive landlords who didn’t follow due process of the law. And most juries are made up mostly of tenants who are jealous that they don’t own a house and you have several; now it’s pay–back time.
This is their chance to get even with every landlord who ever hit them with a late rent charge or made them get rid of that pet. Rehabbers also face personal and business liability and needlessly lose fortunes to contractors, consumers and government agencies because you are unaware of your protection rights.
You might as well just hand over your checkbook and the title to one of your houses – unless you know protection strategies and entity selection.
You Can’t Afford To Invest Without Asset Protection
Are your assets really safe from lawsuits, creditors, and tenants? Is your company the correct entity type and is it strong enough to withstand a sharp pierce of your corporate veil?
Are You a Tough Target?
Many are at risk of personal liability by keeping your flips and rental units in your personal name, or in the name of your spouse, a dba or your living trust. In the event of a personal judgment against you, your spouse, co-owners or partners, your personal assets are at risk of loss including:
- your rental building,
- your $1,000,000 IRA,
- your $450,000 home,
- your $145,000 bank account,
- your CD’s, brokerage accounts, mutual funds and
- other toys: boat, jet skis, even your Harley
Tough Targets Legally Reduce Their Liability, Shield and Protect Their Assets From Lawsuits and have Peace of Mind
It’s estimated that 50-60,000 lawsuits are filed in the United States every day! With this training you can learn how to protect yourself, your business and your family from lawsuits, taxes, and other financial disasters with bulletproof real estate asset protection.
ARM YOURSELF TO WIN BATTLES
1. Download this exclusive 1 + training covering real estate asset protection and entity selection by a seasoned attorney including:
- How many property to put in one basket entity
- What type of company entity is best for you
- Steps to set up joint venture/partnerships
- Personal & Business Asset Protection
- How you can limit your risk
- and more!
2. Download Tough Target ebook by REIA president Scott FladHamer to shift the odds solidly in your favor for safer investing:
- The BIG 3 real estate entities & their characteristics explained
- Cliff notes to follow the REI LIVE Main Event™ training
- Over a 100 commonly missed tax deductions
- Insurance Tips for landlords & Rehabbers
Audio MP3 Download
Tough Target eBook Download
Intermediate to Advanced
Fort Wayne Real Estate Atty. Max Meyer
Attention to details
Basic Real Estate Understanding
Passion and enthusiasm for learning
Habits of a Successful Real Estate Investor
Ask a Hammer what You Need & You’ll Get Nailed
Your CPA and insurance will usually say, all you need is more insurance! But the painful truth is insurance does not cover all types of lawsuits, creditors and potential liability. What happens if your insurance company denies your claim for legal defense and indemnity? And with the growing judgements awards, rulings can exceed what we can expect to pay in insurance premiums.
‘Actually lowering the cost of insurance would be accomplished by such things as making it harder for lawyers to win frivolous lawsuits against insurance companies.’ – Thomas Sowell
Get one of Certified Real Estate Coach™ Scott FladHamer’s favorite books by visionary Thomas Sowell called Basic Economics
MEET THE EXPERT
Fort Wayne REIA™ featured trainer, Max Myers, was admitted to practice before the state courts of Indiana and the Northern District and Southern District of Indiana Federal Courts in Indiana in 1974. He is one of the few practicing attorneys who read and provided legal opinions on abstracts of title before the advent of title insurance.
Max’s expertise not only includes real estate, but he has formed and continues to represent hundreds of limited liability entities, including for profit, not for profit and charitable 501(C)(3) entities.
In addition to corporate and real estate law, Mr. Myers has a great deal of experience in collection law and presently sits as the Chair of the Collection Section of the Allen County Bar Association.
He has created, organized and been legal adviser to or sat upon the Board of Directors for five not-for-profit charitable entities. He spent 25 years as the Post advisor for the Explorer Law Post sponsored by the area Boy Scouts and is the recipient of the James West Award from that organization. Max is also a member of the Elder Law and Probate Sections of the Indiana State Bar Association as well as a 36 year member of the Allen County Bar Association.
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