When you create an irrevocable trust, you completely give up all ownership rights to your assets. The assets placed in your trust are safe from creditors and legal judgments because you no longer own them. Each asset that is transferred must be conducted as an “arm’s length” transaction to enjoy this protection. Anything less could…

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What is an Unincorporated Business Trust? UBOT is: 1) an organization created and managed by ”trustees” for the benefit and profit of Beneficiaries who hold or may acquire transferable trust certificates. Trust certificates provide individual holders evidence of interest in the Trust estate (assets/income). 2) a powerful entity by which individuals may combine their resources…

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This Redemption service will provide you with one of our Team members preparing your UCC Financing Statement, plus all accompanying forms/documents including your Birth Certificate Treasury process for one adult. This Secure Party Creditor process includes everything that needs to be done to establish a superior interest in the debtor trust. Again, this process is for one…

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Our Redemption Services provide the best UCC Redemption services today. If you are looking for services surrounding the Redemption process or Remedies at Law, then you have come to the right place. Here at Freedom From Servitude we work with our clients to resolve whatever remedies at law problem they are having, whether that be remedies…

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A crossclaim is a claim asserted between codefendants or coplaintiffs in a case and that relates to the subject of the original claim or counterclaim according to Black’s Law Dictionary. A cross claim is filed against someone who is a co-defendant or co-plaintiff to the party who originates the crossclaim. In common law, a crossclaim…

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Product Description Remedies for Release TORT (Your Exclusive Remedy) Call for Price A tort, in common law jurisdictions, is a wrong that involves a breach of a civil duty owed to someone else. It is differentiated from criminal wrongdoing, which involves a breach of a duty owed to society. Though many acts are both torts and crimes, only…

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Product Description We do apologize, if your question directly relates to the discharge of mortgage debt which is in foreclosure, or processes that fall thereunder. By internal policy due to heightened risk of liability we do not get involved in those types of discharge processes. We do, however, offer several other types of debt discharge…

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