BUILD YOUR TRUST, YOUR WAY
We offer a wide range of trust services with unique corporate trust solutions tailored to fit your needs.
Why Do Our Trust Services Work So Well?
You don’t have to live in Nevada to benefit from Nevada’s asset protection rules. However, you do need a Nevada-resident trustee. We are uniquely positioned to fulfill this requirement for you.
As an unbiased third-party serving as Trustee, we do not stand to benefit or gain from the assets held in your trust. Our trust structures convey neutrality as it relates to management of the trust assets.
Rules relating to trusts are dependent on the type of trust and how your trust is set up. Our specialists will work with you to ensure you are aware of your available options, rules, and regulations.
A trust is a separate legal entity that can own property— stocks, bonds, cash, real estate, and even art or collectibles— in its own name while distributing the income to one or more beneficiaries, according to rules set up by its creator and carried out by one or more Trustees. What makes a corporate trust different is that it is created by a corporation/business.
Nevada has a distinctive regulatory and legal environment that makes it a preferred state for forming trusts. We have capitalized on these favorable trust laws to offer our clients a wide range of trust services and innovative corporate trust solutions.
Why Choose Nevada?
Nevada can protect your wealth better than any other state.
Nevada has a distinctive regulatory and legal environment that makes it a preferred state for forming trusts.
Nevada has no state or corporate income tax, which means any income generated from your trust will never be taxed on a state level.
Nevada has a two-year statute of limitations on assets that are transferred to an asset protection trust, which is one of the shortest in the United States.
Nevada law has a no exception creditor’s rule, which includes claims for spousal and child support, which is unique to Nevada.
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