When a business owner or shareholder is held personally liable for the debts owed by their business, that’s called “piercing the corporate veil,” and it happens in almost half of all lawsuits against single-member, small corporations, and limited liability companies (LLCs). So how can you protect yourself from a similar situation? Forming an LLC or corporation can protect your assets and offer other benefits. But only if you do it right. That's what Russ, Joey, and their guest, Garrett Sutton, will discuss in today's episode.
Garrett Sutton, Esq. is a corporate legal expert and the personal asset protection attorney for Rich Dad founder Robert Kiyosaki. Garrett is the author of Veil Not Fail. He shares the critical information business owners, entrepreneurs, investors, and high-wealth individuals need to set up and maintain secure corporate entities to protect themselves from personal legal exposure.
Top 3 Things You’ll Learn:
Basic rules and corporate formalities you need to follow to keep your legal entities in good standing
How to avoid a default judgment
How to reduce your personal liability in the event of a lawsuit
About Our Guest:
Garrett Sutton is a corporate legal expert and has been in practice for over 35 years. He assists entrepreneurs and real estate investors worldwide to protect their assets and maximize their financial goals through sound management and asset protection strategies. Garrett is highly sought after as a guest speaker and serves as a member of the elite group of “Rich Dad Advisors” for bestselling author Robert Kiyosaki. In addition, Garrett has authored several successful books for business owners, including Start Your Own Corporation, Run Your Own Corporation, Writing Winning Business Plans, and Loopholes of Real Estate. These books are part of the bestselling Rich Dad, Poor Dad wealth-building book series.