Non-registered (Private) Trust

A non-registered trust is the beginning of wealth generation because it protects the estate that you are creating & stops any attack by a potential pirate.

Stronger than a Registered Trust because it has no Obligations to the Public. Complies with legislative ‘trust requirements’ but otherwise is totally independent of the public realm. Since 2005, Mark from Private Trust Makers (same team as Solutions Empowerment).

Get a Non Registered Trust to Protect your Assets and Estate

Non-registered Trusts are
100% Lawful & Legal

Types of Non-registered Trusts Offered

Trusts have been around for many centuries for the purpose of protecting cargo of ships initially and later, estates of those people
using them, called Trustees. There may be as many as 100 kinds of Trusts on the market, but all have the common denominator of parties titled
“Settlor”, Trustee, Beneficiary and Principal or Appointor.

A Trust is an agreement between three parties, the Settlor, the Trustee/s and the Beneficiaries.

Private Trust Makers create two types of Trusts. The most popular is the Family Discretionary Trust.

The overwhelmingly most common form of Trust is the Family Discretionary Trust (Family Trust). These are designed for the family unit to protect their estate.

The chief purpose of a Family Trust is;

  1. To protect the family estate against unwanted or unwarranted attack, and
  • To bypass the common commercial pirates, who rob the estate of the common folk, that are otherwise unavoidable, thereby protecting the estate including cash and permitting or enabling the opportunity of creating real wealth, and
  • To lay the foundation for the (often rapid) generation of wealth, and
  • To provide continuity of asset delivery to the next family generation so the estate isn’t disbursed as is commonplace with ordinary families, after the remaining parent passes away, leaving their offspring go to war against one another to recover “their fair share” of the estate, thereby disbursing or squandering the estate in legal and judicial fees and costs. The incoming Trustee assumes an estate that has a sufficient thresh hold to leverage with and generate real wealth during the course of their lifetime, subject to the Trustee learning the proper and correct financial processes and concepts of leverage and compounding, so opportunity can be capitalized upon to enable the generation and accumulation of real life within a single lifetime.

Another reasonably common form of Trust is the Unit Trust. These are used for the same reasons as the above Trust, but are commonly used when a number of associated or non associated individuals or groups of individuals – families get together and collaborate with a purpose in mind.

For example;

  1. To purchase a broad acre farm property for the purpose of creating a community of like minded people that each are delegated tasks to enable a smooth operation on the farm so all benefit. These tasks include the growing of food supplies for self sufficiency, clearing of property, conducting works for property improvements, housing, animal husbandry etc etc. The purpose is that many hands make light work so everyone chips in with a nominated number of hours work conducted each which collectively combined couldn’t be done otherwise with just the members of a traditional family. So each member or member family purchase a Unit of shares within the property at a predetermined Unit price and the combined members investment pays for the farm, farm equipment needed and any sundry to make the farm enterprise operational, or
  • Members purchase a Unit share or shares in a development project, using the (Non Registered Private) Unit Trust for reasons of commercial advantages that other structures don’t have, or
  • Members purchase a Unit share or shares in an “income” (we say cashflow generating) generating business opportunity such as Cryptocurrency trading, where a thresh hold investment sum is required before a trader will accept the deposit of funds, a scenario that might otherwise exclude a single investor from accessing an income opportunity by reason they themselves haven’t the financial resources to access the particular trade program.

What is a Trust?

A trust is an equitable obligation binding a person or company (the “Trustee”) to deal with property over which he/it has control (called the “Trust Property”) for the benefit of named beneficiaries or classes of beneficiaries (called “Beneficiaries”). Ownership of property is vested in the Trust on behalf of another party/ies for purposes of asset and privacy protection. The obligation relates to the Trust Property and requires the Trustee to exercise control over the Trust Property for the benefit of the Beneficiaries. A discretionary trust empowers the Trustee to determine the distribution of sustenance and capital of the Trust. This discretion usually relates to whether sustenance or a certain type of sustenance will or may be distributed and to whom it will or may be distributed for purposes of legally minimizing taxation obligations for one or more parties named in the Trust. Any funds attained by a (private) non registered Trust is not subject to tax.

Why can a Trust protect the Estate?

A Trust protects the estate because all titles, real estate titles, share certificates, gold certificates etc, consist of two components;

  • Legal title – or ownership, vested with the Trustee/s, and
  • Equitable title – use & possession – vested with the Beneficiaries.

Because the title is split between a number of parties, any Creditor to any one party of the Trust must obtain the consent of all other parties to the Trust to lawfully & legally garnish the Estate held in Trust. If the Creditor wishes to recover debts from the one party to the Trust, the “debtor”, it cannot garnish the equitable interests of other parties to the Trust’s.

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When you purchase a non-registered trust, it comes included with 1 x Shared Trust Consultancy Call. If you prefer to get further information without yet committing to the full product, you can book the shared trust consultancy call to see if the product meets your requirements in further specific details; details that are not already outlined in the above information videos + webinars.

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    Non-registered Trust

    $1,650.00
    Do you want to protect your assets and estate? We will set you up with a Non-registered Trust (in the private) that protects assets that are held within it. Your trust will be provided to you with 4 signed copies, professionally binded, sent via registered mail to your preferred location. Includes 1 x Trust Consultation
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    Trust Appointment (Initial Consultation)

    $200.00
    This is only for the initial consultation - shared group video call, for if you have any specific questions that have not already been covered by our two 'info webinars'. To proceed with a non-registered trust, use the link in the email confirmation to receive the initial consultation ($200) as credit.
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    Deed of Addendum

    $180.00
    A Deed of Addendum is a legal document used when there are changes made to a Trust Deed. It is to be kept with the original Trust Deeds.
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    Non-registered Unit Trust

    $2,000.00
    This Trust is for members who are wishing to set up a Unit Trust, that outlines an agreement and protects an asset jointly owned by a group of people.

Protect your Assets
Protect your Estate

Protect the estate that you are creating & stops any attack by a potential pirate or parasite.

A non-registered discretionary trust it is a tool which provides an opportunity to minimise the overall income tax payable. As a bonus, a properly structured and administered trust is likely to provide a practical solution to the trade-off between the risks of engagement in commerce and the need for protection of assets, privacy and income.