We are a more litigious society and if somebody is successful, it is more important than ever to protect their assets.
Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) September 28, 2013
Asset protection and estate planning attorney Lee Phillips will be the featured presenter at REIA of Greater Cincinnati monthly meeting on Thursday October 3, 2013. Attorney Phillips, will be representing LegaLees at the event which will be held Thursday from 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm at the Cincinnati –Hamilton County Community Action Agency located at Swifton Commons/Jordan Crossing, 1740 Langdon Farm Rd in Cincinnati, OH.
The conference is designed to help real estate investors achieve greater success in today’s challenging economy. Once they have techniques that help generate legal security, building a successful business is much easier.
At the event, Attorney Phillips will explain how to use the law to lower taxes, protect assets, structure a business and make more money. This lecture is a premier event for anyone who wants to discover how to help a business thrive in the current market conditions.
Attorney Phillips will show ways for a business to generate tax-free profits, earn more using tax deductions and increase the bottom line. Attorney Phillips will also cover the legal entities needed to help protect both company and personal assets.
As Mr. Phillips observes, “We are a more litigious society, and if somebody is successful it is more important than ever to protect their assets. If people don’t take offensive actions to protect their assets, they could easily lose everything they have worked their whole life for.”
REIA of Greater Cincinnati is a group of real estate investors from throughout the tri-state area who meet on a regular basis to share information, leads and contacts, and to help each other learn more about real estate investing through bi-monthly educational meetings, subgroup meetings and other events to maximize their success. It is a charter member of the Ohio Real Estate Investors Association and the National Real Estate Investors Association. It is also a sponsor of Fair Housing Mediation Services, providing free independent mediation to tenants, property owners, and neighbors in the Greater Cincinnati area.
Mr. Phillips, a counselor to the Supreme Court of the United States, will cover the importance of entity structuring in asset protection with an emphasis on trusts and Limited Liability Companies (LLCs). His topic is designed to help people set up and use their own trusts and LLCs. These entities act as a safety net to protect the owners from lawsuits, bankruptcy and other tragedies that threaten someone’s financial future. Mr. Phillips will also discuss how to properly manage these entities because they are the basis for asset protection.
Attorney Phillips has spoken to thousands of audiences throughout the United States and Canada. He says, “I find great satisfaction in helping people use the law, not only to offer asset protection, but to reach new financial heights.” He will include a number of tax saving strategies designed to save thousands each year.
Mr. Phillips is also an author of 11 books, including his latest Protecting Your Financial Future. Over the years he has written and published hundreds of articles for real estate investors, small business owners and medical professionals coaching them on the best way to use the law to safeguard their assets as well as increase their income.
LegaLees is a legal self-help publishing company that was founded in 1982. It produces products designed to help people understand the law and better structure their personal and business affairs. Their mission is to help people protect assets and prevent legal disasters that can strike at any time.