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Asset Protection

Asset protection should be a priority for everyone in their business and personal life.

In today’s world we often engage in activities that place our assets at risk. Our goal is to protect and quarantine those assets from risk. A very simple example is to protect your family home from threat as a result of liabilities that may arise in your business activities.

The Business team at Sajen Legal specialise in providing innovative and legally sound advice to ensure that, as far as possible, their family and personal assets are protected.

We will assess your circumstances, consider your options and put in plan a strategic plan by:

  1. Identifying the assets that you wish to protect;
  2. Identifying who owns the assets you wish to protect;
  3. Identifying the assets that are at risk (such as business and investment assets);
  4. Identifying potential risks;
  5. Implement strategies to reduce risk.

Some of the specific services that we offer as part of our asset protection service include the proper establishment of corporate structures, securing assets, advising on personal guarantees, preparing terms of trade for your business, conducting a legal health check of your business, ensuring all relevant insurances are in place, considering business succession issues, advising on director responsibilities, protecting your intellectual property, identifying risk management strategies, and considering general legislative compliance.

We have developed a unique Legal Business Health Check which is the perfect tool to utilise when implementing your asset protection strategies.

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