Since we are not able to meet the trust writer in person and his proven records of successful practice are private, how can we be sure that our assets, properties and a business would be safe in the trust that he designs?

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Meeting the trust writer in person is indeed possible, so saying it isn’t possible is incorrect. However, meeting him would not guarantee that the trust he sets up for you would protect you. If our trust writer disclosed his records of success, those too could be misleading, as many documents are. It is not the meeting or the documents that give credibility. The trust will protect you. To understand how, consider the following important points.

One, no government anywhere has any right to prevent you from entrusting your assets to anyone else, including a trust.

Two, if you transfer ownership of your assets to another entity, you no longer own them. If you no longer own them, no one can take them from you.

Three, the trust that a good Natural Law Trust writer sets up for you is written in plain, simple, easy-to-understand English. It is not complicated, and it does not require a law-school-educated attorney to understand. You can understand it yourself, just by reading it. In reading it, you can see very plainly that it protects you, it protects your assets, it gives you control, removes liability, and allows for nearly infinite flexibility.

Four, this flexibility allows you to structure it and operate it just about any way you want to . . . as long as you aren’t violating the rights of anyone else. This means that you are in the driver’s seat . . . and you won’t need to trust the trust writer, or anyone else. If you can trust yourself, you will see in the trust document that it will give you whatever arrangements you want.

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