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Thoughts on Liability and Estate Planning
Many of our clients possess property in the United States through either direct or indirect ownership, which distinguishes between individual owners and those who have rights through collective investment funds such as stocks or Private Placements.
Both individual direct property owners and indirect property owners of real estate in the U.S. often ask how they can pass on their property in an optimal way with regard to taxes and without incurring extensive costs.
In any case, we consider it very important that our clients consider potential liability, estate planning, and advanced transfer of property at the appropriate time. When it comes to the question of avoiding liability, the appropriate time is right now.
We are happy to personally sit down with you and discuss your individual situation and needs. We will work with you to develop a plan to protect and, if necessary, to transfer your U.S. assets.
Carl Christian Thier,
Attorney at Law