The HYCET℠ Trust

If you are a high-asset professional seeking an estate planning tool that maximizes investment strategies while protecting assets, look no further than our Jeffrey M. Verdon Law Group, LLP, in Newport Beach.

The $11.3 million exemption called the HYCET Trust℠ is the wave of the present. Given the permanence of estate and gift tax laws, the HYCET Trust can help you make the $11.3 million gift tax exemption in a way that your trustee can accommodate you, should you have donor's remorse, or want to recapture all or part of the gifted assets at a future date.

Conversely, conventional irrevocable gift trusts do not allow the donor to reclaim the gifted assets, once made.

This is the kind of top-quality, proactive leadership that Jeffrey M. Verdon clients receive every day. It is just one of the many benefits of Mr. Verdon's more than 30 years of experience as a widely respected estate planning, legacy protection, lifestyle protection and asset protection lawyer.

The HYCET Trust is established in a qualifying jurisdiction such as Nevada, Alaska, or overseas in the Cook Islands. A donor's future creditors will be unable to reach the assets gifted to the trust yet allows the trustee to appoint from among a class of beneficiaries, including the creator as a discretionary beneficiary .

The hybrid HYCET Trust's revolutionary design makes this the trust whose time has come — the estate planning strategy that counters the uncertainty and complexities of our times. In addition to offering the flexibility to later recapture gifted assets, this trust is multipurpose. It can be used to freeze the value of an estate by shifting the future appreciation of assets to the trust, and avoiding being taxed when you die.

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The HYCET Trust can also be considered a comprehensive estate planning trust. It protects assets held by the trust from jeopardy posed by potential lawsuits brought against any of the beneficiaries, as well as from the possibility of a divorcing beneficiary's spouse reaching trust assets, and from a future tax claim or bankruptcy.

Learn more about the brave new world of the HYCET Trust by setting an appointment for an initial consultation with attorneys at our Jeffrey M. Verdon Law Group, LLP, law offices in Newport Beach or Redwood City.