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Lawyer Asset Protection in Munich

Asset protection: Protect your private or business assets from creditors and insolvency From our daily practice we know that there are a number of different ways to lose your assets and also your old age provision. The classic cases in the private sector go far beyond the extent of inflation and tax liability. For example, […]

Small or large matrimonial property regime swing for asset protection – absolutely legal design – or tax evasion deluxe?

Small or large matrimonial property regime for asset protection *- concerning the ex-manager of a DAX company, a public prosecutor suspects tax evasion as a result of the use of a matrimonial property regime. The legal counsel of the person concerned will consider filing a criminal complaint for alleged violation of official and service secrets. […]

Asset Protection

Asset protection – The tricks of the trade

Asset protection: How managers and entrepreneurs try to protect their property You manage million amounts and your decisions have a major impact on the economy, employees and your own company. The managers and entrepreneurs of our time are rewarded for this responsibility with high salaries, profit-sharing and attractive share packages that are more than above […]

Asset management in private wealth management

The FLV-jacket as a highly interesting tool for asset structuring and optimization from a tax and inheritance planning perspective   The advisor of private wealth clients should know the advantages of investing abroad. Of central importance are discretion, creative flexibility, as well as banking and insurance secrecy. Buzzwords: Income taxes Inheritance Taxes Withholding taxes individual […]

Life insurance in Liechtenstein: Asset protection with total default risks

“If you have faith, it’s all over.” (Stanislav Lec, Polish poet)   Asset protection is the separation of business and private risks or assets, including the integration of insurance protection. Risks to private assets stem primarily from the business sector (e.g. liability for break-through) or from financing, but also from separation/divorce or legal disputes.   […]