True Trust by Jay Lashlee
the Book of Trusts, Privacy, & Protection


Private Asset Protection Trust Book

This information is intended as a basic training primer on the
"WHO, WHAT, WHY, WHERE, WHEN, and HOW" of trusts.

It is the first resource to completely explain in everyday terms how to privately get started in complete family asset protection.

There is a MEMBERS area for advanced information. If you become a member, we provide everything necessary for complete asset privacy and protection. Members have instant access to our full Library of Forms, detailed answers, and extensive 24 hour support.

We provide step-by-step instructions, completed sample trust documents, and total solutions for privacy, asset protection, insulaion against lawsuits, guardianships, private registration, and emergency health planning.

       







THE BOOK OF TRUSTS IS A FREE TRUST EDUCATION

There is no sales promotion, offer of investments, or request of credit card information. There is no cost for the booklet (provided free at www.TrueTrustBook.com). The full True Trust Book is also freely available to MEMBERS. All details, forms, definitions, examples, instructions, and True Trust Book chapters are on the www.TrueTrust.com website, as well as available by email. There is absolutely no obligation for using the education process.

BOOK OF TRUSTS, TRAINING, AND SUPPORT

After reading the basics, Jay and his staff at True Trust will provide further free information in advanced areas of privacy, asset protection, trusts, and other related areas. They intend to prove themselves with education and outstanding support that will inspire you to become a MEMBER of the Trust Organization.

PRIVATE ASSET PROTECTION TRUSTS ARE DESIGNED FOR FAMILY AND HEIRS

A properly defined trust can be an valuable estate and financial planning tool that ultimately insures your assets will reach heirs as quickly and cost effectively as possible. Unfortunately, this is more difficult to accomplish than it should be. The misinformation surrounding living trusts is staggering. Many trusts are poorly written, shamefully mismanaged, and improperly used. But even when correctly planned, a living trust is not necessary or beneficial for everyone. How do you decide if it is the right thing for you? And how do you do it right? The free Book of Trusts by Jay Lashlee will get you the base of knowledge to get informed.

BASIC AFFORDABLE TRUSTS CAN PROTECT YOUR ESTATE

By the time you are named as a defendant in a lawsuit or divorce proceeding, it may be too late to protect your assets. The time to protect assets is now! Fortunately, asset protection can be much easier and far less expensive than you think. In this complete, practical, and easy-to-follow guide, leading privacy and asset protection expert and popular author Jay Lashlee presents the steps you can (and should) take to protect your home, your savings, and other assets from creditors, litigants, lawsuits, the disinherited, wayward relatives, medical emergencies, criminals, and divorce.

FREE BOOK OF TRUSTS

In this comprehensive book, Jay Lashlee guides you through your understanding of the process that will help you avoid pitfalls, excessive taxes, liability manipulation, and wasted money. The Book of Trusts describes steps to:
* Eliminate probate abuse
* Minimize elder abuse
* Create a Superior "Private Will" that supersedes the typical public Will.
* Eliminate expenses, disagreements, family disputes, and publicity
* Avoid attorneys fees, legal expense, and wasted time to accomplish settlement
* Minimize family abuse and conflicts with friends
* Minimize support expense
* Minimize medical expense
* Minimize education expense
* Provide for family care and guardianship
* Protect yourself from the legal and financial ravages of disability
* Provide for pet care and guardianship
* Distinguish the hype from the true expert advisers
* Use a private trust as part of a complete estate plan to reach all your personal goals
* Eliminate the need for a court appointed guardian
* Manage or reduce taxes
* Manage and protect assets before, through, (and after) disability
* Eliminate the need for a court appointed guardian
* Avoid living trusts, partnerships, limited liability company (LLC) promotions
* Reduce bookkeeping expense and accounting complexity
* Understand documents
Sample documents are provided; all of the legal forms, finance checklists, including many typical examples. Jay Lashlee provides a balanced view of trusts that will clarify what you do (and do NOT) need.

EXTENDED BENEFITS OF TRUSTS AND TRUST LEGAL PROVISIONS

Lashlee explains the concepts of asset protection of what you own from malpractice claims, lawsuits, and divorce. The True Trust Book offers step-by-step guidance in determining which asset-protection strategies and techniques are right for you. You will learn numerous legal and effective methods you can use to:
* Protect your personal assets from business and professional claims
* Keep business activities away from personal assets
* Keep husband and wife assets, taxes, and credit reports separate from each other
* Protect your assets and your family assets from divorce
* Keep in-laws from owning your assets
* How to disinherit relatives from your assets
* Minimize your risk of lawsuits and other claims against your assets
* Secure retirement, investments, real estate, and stock holdings against lawsuits
* Create limited partnerships and LLCs to protect your assets
* Eliminate some types of attacks against your assets
* Make your home-based business judgment proof
* Create private ownership of cars, boats, investments, real estate, and bank accounts
* Benefits and liabilities of domestic trusts for asset protection
* Pros and cons of using offshore companies and international trusts