Trusts & Estates Law/Windfall



If I were to come into a windfall, and wanted, for example, to purchase a house as an entity to protect my identity rather than as an individual, what kind of lawyer would I hire that would best be able to assist me?  

In thinking about it I thought a tax attorney, then I thought perhaps a trust attorney, then I thought perhaps a financial attorney, if there is such a thing, then I thought perhaps a real estate attorney.  

Who would be most knowledgeable about helping me in this instance?

Thank you very much

Hi Kee,

If you buy the property in a corporate or LLC the shareholder are not identified.  I would use a regular corporate lawyer.  They can make certain that your name doesn't show up anywhere.  If you run into trouble, contact me again.  

David Disraeli

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