Will an Asset Protection Structure Protect My Assets from my Spouse in Case of Divorce?

This is a very complex area to discuss in this brief question and answer segment.  However, the short answer is in divorce the court may require all community property be disclosed properly.  To set up a structure with the intent to defraud a person or creditor will most often be unwrapped and you could be subjecting yourself to more penalties than its worth.


However, much like a prenuptial agreement there is a way to have each spouse protect their interest from outside creditors and even the other spouse in case of divorce.


Every individual’s asset protection needs are different and your case should be evaluated by the proper legal staff to determine your asset protection essentials.


Call Legal Solutions 2 U at (855) 77 LAW 2 U (855-775-2928) to discuss your case and evaluate your options for asset protection.