Should I Put My Primary Residence Into A Limited Liability Company?

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Multiple member limited liability companies (“LLCs”) can be very useful tools for achieving asset protection . For this reason, individuals sometimes consider transferring their primary residence into an LLC. There is no law that says you can’t put your primary residence into an LLC, but there are numerous reasons why it may not be a good idea if your primary objective is asset protection.

Written by:

Attorney Maureen L. O'Leary

Willms, S.C.

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