UTHorn, Real Estate Pro in 78759

I'd like to transfer my rental properties to an LLC for liability protection. Do I need a lawyer or it's as simple as filing a quitclaim deed?

Asked by UTHorn, 78759 Fri Jun 13, 2014

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No attorney needed. Set up your LLC, then deed each one of your properties to a LAND TRUST, and then make the beneficiary of the trust your LLC. Talk about asset protection at it's finest. This will cost very little money ($300 for LLC+ $30 to record each deed into a land trust) You only NEED one LLC. Some folks like to have more but it just means more things to keep track of especially at tax time.


Russell Spillers
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jun 17, 2014
I believe you should be able to take your LLC doc to the county of record.

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Carrie Hiner
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jun 16, 2014
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