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Aug 23, 2017

Zuckerberg, Zsa Zsa & Protecting Your Home…

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You may be too young to remember Zsa Zsa Gabor. That’s her below with Merv Griffin and her appearances on Merv’s talk show were pure entertainment.

If you don’t know who the heck Zsa Zsa and Merv were, then how about Mark Zuckerberg? What’s the connection?

Oddly enough, the connection has to do with real estate and protecting your home – which is the topic of this week’s planning blog. And I will explain Zuckerberg and Zsa Zsa in a minute.

Your home is sacred and it’s your castle. No matter how big or small, simple or luxurious. I would guess that you have some great memories of the house you grew up in. I meet people with parents who are still living in the childhood home and the parents still have some of the kid stuff around from years ago – like an old Big Wheel. Hilarious!

It’s impossible for most of us to even think about losing our home to a creditor. Or to wrap our head around the idea of someone coming after our house. Crazy! But it happens all the time and all across the country. For a whole host of different reasons.

Zsa Zsa was married to Prince Frederic Van Anhalt and they lived in a nice place. And they were about to lose their house to a creditor when Frederic went onto Facebook and pleaded for financing help. And he got it! There’s the couple below in happier times…

So in a roundabout way, this is how Zuckerberg is connected with Zsa Zsa. But there is a more effective way to protect your home than lobbing out a plea for help on Facebook.

The tool is called a Qualified Personal Residence Trust and our estate and asset protection expert Brad Barth just created a brand new video to tell you what it’s all about. It’s an easy listen with valuable input.

Click the image below to listen.

 

Paul Hitchcock

Director of Business Development

BarthCalderon, LLP

714-704-4828

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