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For 15 years, Eva has practiced medicine in a small family practice office with no partners. She employs two health practitioners and a receptionist.
Eva has managed to avoid damaging lawsuits. However, she wonders what may be in store for her in the next 15 years. She is apprehensive about the financial ramifications of being sued, so she decided to talk with PNC Wealth Management.
To help safeguard her assets against a damaging lawsuit, the PNC Fiduciary Advisor recommended that she discuss with her legal counsel the possibility of establishing a Delaware or Ohio Asset Protection Trust. By transferring assets to the Trust, Eva may reduce the risk of losing all assets in the event of an unforeseen lawsuit.
Estate planning is only performed in conjunction with a client’s attorney, accountant, and/or other business advisors.
Serving as a fudiciary for you and your family, PNC Wealth Management® is known for administering complex estates, multi-generational trusts and providing asset management services.
This story represents a hypothetical scenario and is intended for illustrative purposes; the person described is fictional and not an actual client, but the scenario is intended to reflect a typical and/or previously experienced situation. Actual client experiences and outcomes may vary and future performance or success is not guaranteed.
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