Asset Protection

You’ve worked hard to acquire your assets, now it’s time to make sure they are well protected. A good asset protection strategy will protect the legacy you have created and preserve your assets for those you love long after you are gone. It is never too soon to start protecting your assets. The longer you wait, the more at risk your assets will be.

The hardest part about asset protection is getting started. The idea of creating a plan can seem very overwhelming. We have helped thousands of individuals create a plan, protect their assets and provide for those they love.

We have found the easiest way for you to get answers for your own situation is to schedule a free consultation with our estate planning team, pick up the phone and give us a call, or ask us a question using the form below.  We are here for you every step of the way.

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Asset Protection

Planning for your future can be very difficult, especially when it comes to your finances. If you plan on retiring comfortably asset protection is very important. The purpose of asset protection is to help you protect the legacy you’ve created which will allow you to enjoy your future and provide for those you love long after you are gone.

Asset Protection Strategies

Asset protection can be difficult because there is no plan that will work for everyone. Each situation is very unique because each person owns different assets, has different plans for the future, and has their own set of wishes for their heirs. We have worked with thousands of people to create an estate plan and protect their assets. These are some of the strategies that are most effective:

  • Revocable and irrevocable trusts
  • LLC’s and other business structures
  • IRAS and other retirement accounts

These strategies listed are very basic. The strategies we use are much more sophisticated. We have very close relationships with financial advisers and other professionals that can help our clients fund the legal entities we help them create.

We are here to help

We know that the process of protecting your assets can seem overwhelming. Take action now and make sure that your legacy is well protected. We have helped thousands of people with this process and would love the opportunity to help you. If you need help please call us at 801-544-5306, schedule a free consultation online, or ask us a question using the form below.

Are you trying to protect your assets?

Our experienced Utah asset protection attorney will help you determine what is best for your estate.

Estate Planning Specialty Areas


Heath Care

Powers of

Special Needs

Wills &

Will & Trust

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Meet Our Estate Planning Team

Jack C. Helgesen

Estate Planning Attorney

Erik S. Helgesen

Estate Planning Attorney

Michelle Robinson

Estate Planning Paralegal


Estate Planning 

Our office location in Layton, Davis County, Utah

Phone Number

(801) 544-5306

Email Address


1513 N. Hill FIeld Road, Suite 3, Layton, Utah 84041

Helgesen, Houtz & Jones

Our lawyers also serve the following areas across the state of Utah: Davis County, Morgan County, Weber County, Salt Lake County, Bountiful, Centerville, Clearfield, Clinton, East Layton, Eden, Farmington, Farr West, Fruit Heights, Harrisville, Hooper, Huntsville, Kaysville, Layton, Morgan, Mountain Green, Near me, North Ogden North Salt Lake, Ogden, Plain City, Pleasant View, Riverdale, Roy, South Ogden, South Weber, Syracuse, Uintah, Washington Terrace, West Bountiful, West Haven, West Kaysville, West Point, Woods Cross, and anyone else who desires to travel to Layton for legal services.

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