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By Peter Macfarlane

quite straightforward for you to gain the upper hand against plaintiffs - even governments - by choosing in advance a legal forum that is more favorably inclined to protect your private property rights.

Later onin this report we will zero in on Nevis, a small Caribbean island which is one of the best jurisdictions for those seeking secure asset protection today. First of all though, let’s look at asset protection in more general terms…


I know that the term Offshore Asset Protection may sound daunting. When do you need a plain old offshore bank account, and when do you need what we call offshore asset protection? What is the difference? Most importantly: How can you make your assets and savings untouchable?

To have a full understanding of how you can use the law to protect your assets, and why you should, please indulge me for a moment as we look at some legal basics.

Constitutionally, in western democracies, there are three branches of government:

These questions and more will be answered in this free report.

You might already have thought of opening an offshore bank account. That is a great first step that opens up a range of currency and investment options that you would not previously have had access to.

However, there’s more to it than that. Most people setting up offshore bank accounts these days will do so not as individuals, but in the name of an entity such as a company, trust or LLC. This affords, at relatively low cost, a far greater degree of privacy and wealth protection than you could normally achieve in your home country, while ensuring full compliance with your local laws – if it’s done properly.

This report looks at what we mean by asset protection, why it is important, and how it is really

The Legislative Branch makes the laws. It is here in parliament, or the Senate and House of Representatives in the US for example, where elected lawmakers vote on the laws that form the basis of the system.

The Administrative Branchare the unelected bureaucrats. Their job is to administer and enforce the system that is laid down by the Legislative Branch. They are not supposed to think for themselves. To give a recent example, the same bureaucrats who were originally charged with enforcing the British national ID card system are now, following a change of political masters, charged with dismantling the same system they set up.

The Judicial Branchare the lawyers who get involved where disputes arise about laws made by the Legislative branch. Their job is to interpret

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All three of these branches are supposed to act separately and independently from each other. They have clearly defined roles within the system. In theory, and if we look back in recent history to when life was generally simpler, this system is pretty good. The problem is that in practice, the system is simply no longer working in the way it was designed. That's a nice way of saying 'it's broken.'

First, our elected representatives rarely even bother to read the laws they are voting on. Even if they did, they likely wouldn't understand them…

because the laws presented and proposed to them by the administrative branch are deliberately designed

to be confusing. Important provisions slip through

unseen, which is just what the bureaucrats want!


The main flaw of the modern judicial system is that

it makes it too easy for plaintiffs to sue you.

Plaintiffs and their lawyers can and will sue you for just about anything they can dream up, because the plaintiffs don't need to pay their lawyers in advance. These contingent-fee lawyers will work for a (high) percentage of whatever they can squeeze out of you.

Any lawyer can easily cast you as the villain. You are the "greedy rich" at the expense of working stiffs - and the judges and juries are out to redistribute your wealth to the plaintiffs, who have most likely never done an honest day's work in their lives!

A good example was the recent HIRE Act in the

USA: ostensibly an act to stimulate employment, it also brought in by the back door the most sweeping extra-territorial legislation yet interfering with the financial affairs of foreign banks and Americans doing business overseas.

The bureaucrats usually show little inclination to think for themselves, but they tend to take on the role of interpreting the law in a way that was never intended. Modern laws developed by the bureaucrats but rubber-stamped by legislators often encourage this, specifically covering only broad outlines whilst leaving interpretation and implementation to Whitehall or Washington, through bureaucratic diktats such as Statutory Instruments or decrees.

What can we conclude from all this? Basically, as I said, that the system is broken. You can no longer rely on the government or the legal system to protect constitutional rights like property rights or personal financial freedom. Very often, it will be the very same government that is violating those rights!

Meanwhile, governments are running out of money. They are tightening the screws. Britain's Emergency Budget this month (June 2010) shows how bad things have already become – Capital Gains Tax was raised by ten points literally overnight! In the past, there has generally been some time to prepare and adapt for such tax increases. Not any more it seems.

The judiciary, meanwhile, has to a large extent been politicized and lost any common sense. In the USA, and other highly litigious countries like the UK, Canada and Australia, we see contingent-fee lawyers who act as predators. Judges and juries play along, in the role of Robin Hoods, apparently determined to redistribute wealth. Did you know that in the USA you are more likely to be sued than you are to have a hospital stay?

While European governments have traditionally run their pension plans as ponzi schemes, Americans saving for their retirements have been more fortunate, having had the opportunity to invest in retirement accounts that still have some value.

However, the Obama administration, more

desperate than ever for funding, is now eyeing those retirement accounts very closely and very jealously.

I don't think they would go so far as to confiscate

them, but they don't need to

ways they can obtain more control over those funds. They will obtain this control, ironically and

there are plenty of



sarcastically, in the name of 'investor protection' – for example, by insisting that pension funds invest

in supposedly triple-A rated US government debt.

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It is for these reasons that any person of even moderate wealth needs to take asset protection into

their own hands. It is a fallacy that asset protection

is only for the extremely rich or for those in high

risk professions like doctors and chiropractors.

In reality, the whole idea stinks. It seems designed more than anything else to extract fees and line the lawyers' pockets. If, or should I say when, these asset protection plans are tested in court, the legal fees to defend them are astronomical. At that stage it really doesn't matter any more – even if you win, you lose.

Fortunately, there is a better way…


Conclusion: Having an asset protection strategy is a necessity today for anyone who has a pension plan, anyone who owns a business, and anyone who has a bank or brokerage account with some funds in it.


Asset protection might sound complicated. Sometimes it is. It doesn’t have to be.

Ironically, those lawyers who have caused the malfunctioning of the judicial system will quite happily switch sides to protect the exploited rich against the filthy poor. They still, however, see the wealthy as 'deep pockets' to be exploited.

I have seen all manner of highly complex and

legally questionable asset protection schemes dreamed up by lawyers… in the US in particular.

Over the years I have read several 'how to' manuals running to thousands of pages that are sold to hopeful law firms looking to enter the business for upwards of $10,000 per copy, all explaining asset protection in detail.

I have even seen lawyers suing other lawyers about the contents of these how-to manuals!

My advice: forget about domestic asset protection.

Your money is safest outside your home country, and therefore beyond the reach of the legal system where you are most likely to be attacked. The best and simplest asset protection move you can ever make is to bring a new jurisdiction or two into the equation.

The mere fact that assets are located offshore will be enough to stop most lawsuits in their tracks - just like that! It's logical when you think about it

Who would bother to sue a deadbeat with no money? Certainly not a contingent fee lawyer, because he knows that even if he wins a judgement, he won't be able to collect. So he will move on to an easier target.

Because offshore assets are outside the jurisdiction where the lawyer is licensed to practice, and because court orders are only valid within domestic boundaries, he knows that he will have to apply for enforcement in the jurisdiction where the assets are. Even assuming he knows where the assets are in the first place (no easy task in itself) this process will typically involve a whole new procedure in the foreign court.

For example Nevis, one of the best Asset Protection countries, requires the posting of a $50,000 bond in a Nevis court before an action can be filed. It's also necessary to hire local lawyers who will



demand a substantial payment up front, win or lose. For all but the very largest cases, it would never be worthwhile even trying.

Sure, you might hear once every few years of a major lawsuit where offshore assets are targeted. But you will never hear about hundreds of thousands of cases that are thought of but never even filed because a good international asset protection structure is already in place.

The general public has been programmed by the mainstream media to believe that offshore finance is only for the crooks, money launderers, and the super-rich. This is typically reinforced by well- meaning onshore lawyers and accountants at home, who – to be fair – may have little idea about international asset protection. They might tell you it is too risky, too expensive, too bothersome or downright illegal.

But that is simply not true. Owning a foreign corporation or LLC, for example, is certainly not illegal. It's business as usual.

what we will call, for purposes of this article, and Asset Protection Jurisdiction or APJ. There are a

places like Panama,

few of them around the world Nevis and the Cook Islands.

First, APJs won’t recognize or enforce foreign civil judgements or administrative orders (such as those from tax authorities). Although of course criminal matters like fraud will be duly investigated in any respectable jurisdiction, civil and tax matters are quite a different issue altogether!

Since APJs won’t enforce a judgement from any court outside their country, the plaintiff is forced to re-litigate their case within that foreign jurisdiction. This is typically impractical, if not impossible.

For example, the statute of limitations is typically much shorter in APJs, normally around two years. Or the APJ may not recognize the plaintiff’s underlying liability claim. When it comes to enforcing claims, these countries are debtor- oriented. They try to protect their clients’ wealth because wealth protection is their business.

Can asset protection structures be used for money laundering? Sure – but so can most things. Most of the world's money laundering is done in the United States and Europe. Because that's where drug money is made, that's where it has to be washed.

And expensive? You can easily set up a watertight offshore asset protection structure, without leaving home, for under $5000 using a reputable and licensed provider. Compare that to what one of those high-flying asset protection lawyers at home will charge you!

These asset protection jurisdictions have deliberately passed special laws - usually drawn up by top flight British or American lawyers who are experts in the field - that allow you to form specially protective asset protection structures and entities.

Offshore asset protection trusts, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, foundations, captive insurance companies, international business companies, and multiform foundations are examples. Each entity, in its own way, gives you far more protection than you could obtain through a comparable onshore entity.


As I said, the mere fact of being in another country gives you a great deal of protection. In legal parlance, this is called jurisdictional immunity.

But while you are at it, you might as well set up in a country that makes asset protection its business –

Asset protection jurisdictions are also great privacy havens. It is not possible to look up details of owners or directors of the offshore entities, so it is almost impossible to prove that the entity is linked to you. For anyone sick of the insipid invasions of privacy that have become commonplace in most major countries, doing your banking through a structure like this can offer a breath of fresh air – huge advantages at low cost.




You probably won't be notified in advance when someone decides to sue you. Often, a creditor will try to argue that there was a fraudulent conveyance – that is, that you transferred assets to the new structure specifically to avoid their claim, because you knew a lawsuit was pending. If the plaintiff can convince a court of this, they can usually get the transfer set aside, and you lose the benefits of the asset protection vehicle you have set up.

It's therefore particularly important that your asset protection strategy must withstand a potential fraudulent transfer claim. This is where laws in APJs come in handy. In an APJ, your creditor must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that your transfer offshore was fraudulent - an extremely difficult standard to prove.

Another formidable obstacle is that a creditor with a judgement must nevertheless re-litigate their case in the courts of the offshore jurisdiction and win a judgement from those courts before the creditor can even attempt to claim a fraudulent conveyance. In order to re-litigate, the case must follows rules of liability recognized by that jurisdiction. For example, your creditor probably could not file for discrimination or anti-trust.

Still other requirements effectively filter most prospective claims against a defendant's offshore assets. While no worthwhile asset protection country would completely disregard fraudulent transfer claims, these APJs can and do deliberately make it exceptionally difficult to pursue such claims.

example, might hold a bank account in Panama or Switzerland and a brokerage account in Singapore.

These barriers to recovery explain why, according to US research, fewer than 3 out of 100 judgement creditors even attempt to recover offshore assets. And these few cases are usually settled for pennies- on-the-pound. Without offshore protection, these creditors would undoubtedly have recovered considerably more.

About $10 trillion is now safeguarded in offshore asset protection jurisdictions. These countries feature the best and most attractive privacy, private banking and wealth management services, as well as - most importantly - the best and most powerful asset protection statutes.

Note: nothing in this article should be construed as professional advice. There is no substitute for taking qualified expert advice regarding your personal circumstances.

Peter Macfarlane is the founder and director of Peter Macfarlane & Associates. His firm has created offshore asset protection vehicles for hundreds of clients. We know of not one who has lost their offshore assets to any litigant. Not only are these individuals more financially secure; but they also enjoy far greater financial privacy, and they sleep sounder at night. As astute international investors, they also find more profitable investments.

If you would like to get in contact with Peter, you can do so initially via the Q Wealth offices or via this link: http://www.petermacfarlane.info

Finally, I haven't even touched on the fact that the assets most likely won't be in the jurisdiction where you are being sued anyway! When advising clients on offshore structures, I always suggest that the banking, brokerage accounts and other assets be located in a completely different jurisdiction from the place of incorporation. Your Nevis LLC, for



SELECTING AN ASSET PROTECTION JURISDICTION Many offshore jurisdictions can offer you excellent asset protection. So



Many offshore jurisdictions can offer you excellent asset protection. So how do you choose?

Here are the four most important factors you should look for when considering where to set up an LLC or Asset Protection Trust:

Strong asset protection laws and an

established policy of enforcing them

A predictable and sound legal and

political system – look for indications that future governments will continue the policy. Financial services must be important to the economy.

restrictions on capital flows







Financial privacy and confidentiality – simply a must

Other factors you should also look at or ask your professional adviser with particular regard to asset protection laws are:

What is the statute of limitation? Your creditor should have the shortest time to challenge a transfer. APJ statutes of limitations range from one year in Nevis up to unlimited in some jurisdictions.

What is the standard of proof on alleged fraudulent transfers? There should be a rigorous standard of proof required. Some APJs require that the creditor establish fraud on the balance of probabilities, while others want fraud to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. This, of course, is a more difficult standard.

Will they freeze your assets? You do not want an APJ that will allow your creditor to attach your assets before your creditor obtains judgement.

attach your assets before your creditor obtains judgement. THE NEVIS LLC: THE WORLD'S BEST ASSET PROTECTION



Nevis, Panama and the Cook Islands are the three jurisdictions that are generally acknowledged to offer the best asset protection legislation in the world.

Your offshore asset protection plan should, as we said on the previous page, be multi-jurisdictional.

For example, you may have a Nevis trust as your primary protective shield, but your trust may bank or invest its funds in Switzerland, Panama, Singapore, or elsewhere.

Although offshore asset protection trusts are excellent estate planning and tax mitigation tools, when creating structures for private consulting



clients my firm often uses both the offshore trust and a foreign LLC as its subsidiary. LLCs are also particularly useful for US clients as they are transparent for tax purposes – as explained below.

The Nevis LLC has gained ground as well as an excellent reputation in recent years as a powerful wealth protection tool. It may give you more protection than the traditional asset protection trust, at a lower cost.


generally written with the small businesses or individual entrepreneur in mind. Thus, the LLC tends to be a more flexible and understandable business entity.

While traditional corporations have directors, LLCs have managers. While a manager is typically also a member, under the LLC acts of most jurisdictions, a manager need not be a member. While a corporation generally is operated with two levels of decision-making (board of directors and officers), an LLC can be operated with only one level of decision-making.

The appeal of an LLC stems from the fact that it will be treated as a partnership for tax purposes, while still providing its members with corporate- style protection from liability.

The Limited Liability Company (LLC) was first 'invented' in the US state of Wyoming in 1977. It has since been adopted by all other US states. This gives it a big advantage in that globally it is much better understood than some of the more esoteric structures designed by various offshore financial centers over the years.

The LLC is a hybrid type of legal entity that combines certain traits normally associated with corporations, and other traits normally associated with partnerships. An LLC offers a great deal of flexibility, with an emphasis on freedom and enforceability of contract. It has been said that whereas IBCs and corporations must be registered according to specific laws, LLCs allow you to write your own corporate law.

Unlike corporations which have shareholders, the owners of LLCs are known as 'members.' These members have the best of all worlds: passthrough taxation, limited liability, flexibility in ownership and management structure, and personal asset protection.

While corporate statutes are generally written to accommodate the needs of businesses with large numbers of passive stockholders, LLC acts are



The Federation of St Kitts and Nevis is a member of the British Commonwealth, a democracy based upon the British Parliamentary system. The largest expenditure by the government is for education and Nevis has achieved a literacy rate of 97%. The Federation St. Kitts and Nevis has also been consistently judged to be among the world's freest nations by Freedom House. Nevis is exceptionally stable politically. Both political parties are centrist and do not have substantial ideological differences. Both fully support the financial services sector on which the island's economy depends.

services sector on which the island's economy depends. WHY USE A NEVIS LLC? After LLCs became


After LLCs became popular in the States, it didn't take long before entrepreneurs with legal minds saw the benefits of the marriage of LLCs with offshore planning. Nevis was one of the first. A Nevis LLC is today one of the top choices of the best international asset protection lawyers.

Nevis enacted strict confidentiality laws that forbid any disclosure of directors and shareholders of LLC's incorporated there except under court order.

Whilst the LLC itself is registered, there is no public record of its members or managers. Furthermore, no annual or other reports by members need to be filed with the Financial Services Department of Nevis. The entity's records may be maintained anywhere in the world.

A small island nation in the Leeward Islands that is part of the Federation of St Kitts (St Christopher) and Nevis, Nevis has gained an international reputation for financial privacy and asset protection because of its progressive and debtor-friendly laws. Much of this is due to its progressive LLC laws and other innovations, that differentiate it from the dozens of jurisdictions worldwide that offer traditional IBCs. (St Kitts and Nevis is also known as one only one of two nations in the world currently offering an economic citizenship or second passport program.For further details of second passports, see the Q Wealth Report site:


Although US states and many other jurisdictions now have limited liability company statutes, the Nevis LLC incorporates innovative features that you won’t find elsewhere. It combines the most protective features of the offshore trust and limited partnership, into one flexible corporate entity.

Nevis LLCs do not require minute books, annual director or member meetings, or compliance with other typical corporate formalities.

For the best asset protection your LLC should be controlled by a Nevis-based manager. A properly engineered Nevis LLC will delegate all important duties to this managing director, who acts in a similar capacity as a managing member.

You contribute your chosen assets to the LLC and become the LLC member. Your rights are then very similar to owning any other business anywhere in the world. As a member you own, but do not manage, the LLC. Management rests with the



director. This transfer of control is crucial to protect the LLC's assets from foreign court orders.

As an LLC member you no longer directly own the contributed assets. These assets are instead owned by the LLC. A non-Nevis court cannot order you to repatriate the LLC assets because the manager, not you, controls those assets. Moreover, a Nevis manager is subject to no foreign jurisdiction.

If you were sued in the US, for example, your creditor would be limited to a charging order against your LLC interest.

This would give your creditor only the right to claim profits or liquidation distributions due you from the LLC. Now this is where it gets interesting, and very different from what would happen if we were talking about shares you owned in a corporation

Because this is an LLC, your creditor cannot seize your membership interest. Nor can your creditor vote or exercise your other membership rights, such as the right to inspect books and records. A US court order to transfer or seize your LLC interest would be ignored by the manager who, under Nevis law, need only recognize a creditor’s charging order which can only be obtained through the Nevis courts.

If the worst should happen, your Nevis manager would withhold profit distribution that could be seized by your charging order creditor. If you own a minority interest, and if withholding distributions would conflict with the interests of the other debtor- members, you can hold your LLC interest via another self-owned Nevis LLC.

This would then safely receive your distributed profits. As you have seen with an American LLC or LP, a debtor-member of a Nevis LLC can access funds other than distributions of profits. The charging order would not apply to salaries (e.g. as investment advisor), loans, etc. made to you from the Nevis LLC.

Under certain circumstances, Nevis law and tax regulations in the US and other countries, impose

income tax liability on a charging order creditor for LLC profits attributable to the debtor-member. This means your creditor could incur a tax liability at home even if he or she recovered no money or assets from the LLC. This is known as a 'poison pill' and is a major asset protection feature of the Nevis LLC.

Typically, a Nevis LLC is setup to be managed by managers not by members. Your operating agreement can require a unanimous vote to change the manager. If, as an example, there were two member parties, they could have managers appointed in such a way that no one manager has more than 50% of the votes. Therefore, it cannot be concluded that there is “control”.

As an example, if 50% of the “managers board” was being held by each of two parties, neither party can make changes to the company or recently setup arrangements.








If a Nevis LLC member has an existing creditor, the

Nevis LLC ordinance specifically permits the member to transfer his or her assets to the LLC without it constituting a fraudulent conveyance if the debtor-member’s interest is proportionate to

the capital contributed. This transfer is classified as

a fair value exchange and expressly exempt from the Nevis fraudulent transfer statutes.

Under Nevis law a promise of a future investment by an existing or future member can be used to measure this proportionality. A debtor-member can then own a small interest in the LLC subject to the charging order, although this member originally contributed all or most of the LLC’s assets. This dilution strategy lets you further discourage a creditor from obtaining a charging order. This is one of several features unique to the Nevis LLC.

U.S. limited partnership and LLC laws are unclear on the issue of whether an existing creditor can recover assets that you transfer to an LLC, even when you receive in exchange for your contributed assets, a proportionate share. (Some courts have



ruled that impairing a creditor is sufficient for a transfer to be fraudulent.) On the other hand, in Nevis you will find no such ambiguity or uncertainty. Whatever money you invest in your Nevis LLC will not be a fraudulent transfer.

For that reason, the Nevis LLC offers better protection than a foreign trust or, for Americans, domestic limited partnership or LLC. You can legally and ethically invest in the Nevis LLC - regardless of your financial situation.


Nevis LLCs are particularly popular with our American clients due to the minimal IRS reporting requirements. Similar reporting requirements apply in many other countries. Below is our understanding of the American reporting requirements, though we should stress again that nothing in this report is intended to give specific tax advice in any jurisdiction. Remember: there’s no substitute for taking personalized advice on your situation from a professional who knows what he’s talking about!

That out of the way…LLCs are not subject to IRS foreign trust reporting requirements. If you are a US member who owns 10% or more of an LLC interest, you must follow the IRS’ foreign corporation ownership reporting requirements. (If the 90% interest were held by a friendly international entity there may be a further benefit, especially bearing in mind that the ownership interest and entitlement to receive profits may be separated.) The Nevis LLC is tax neutral. You can elect to have it taxed as a partnership or C corporation.


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