Non-registered Trust

Protect Your
Assets, Protect
Your Estate

* Limited time offer ’til midnight 28th February 2023

Protect your Assets and Estate by getting a Non Registered Trust

A non-registered trust is the foundation of wealth generation and creation, whereby it protects the estate that you are creating (your home, your car, your cash, your business, your bank accounts) & stops any attack by a potential pirate.

Trust’s have been around for centuries and have stood the test of time. For these reason’s the elite & industry leaders around the world use them.

Now, this powerhouse protection is available for our Solutions Empowerment Members ONLY

Instead of paying $1650, you only pay $1350
until midnight 28 Feb 2023.
SAVE $300

The easy 3 step process is as follows:

(You will be sent detailed instructions ‘the next steps’ straight after your purchase)

  1. Watch TRUST webinars & review info-site
  2. Book your TRUST consultation
  3. Complete your TRUST deed schedule (all online – easy-to-use web form)

That’s it! Wait for your trust deeds to turn up via registered mail within a few weeks. You, your family and your assets are now protected. Take a big exhale.

What if I’m not a member?

Not a member, no worries. You have two options:

  1. Login to your SE account first, then follow the prompts to become a member, or Register a new account as a new member of SE here
  2. Next month we launch where all non SE members (open for all to access) will have the chance to get their Non Registered Trust for $1650, which is $300 savings from the regular investment of $1950 for non-members (valid for a limited time only during launch promo).

Do you still have questions?
That’s ok, we have answers.

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.

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.

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.

Why is a Non Registered Trust stronger than a Registered Trust?

  1. It has no Obligations to the Public
  2. It complies with legislative ‘trust requirements’
  3. It is totally independent of the public realm

What types of Non-Registered Trusts are there?

Non-registered Trusts are 100% Lawful & Legal.

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, while the other is a Unit Trust.


Save $300 just $1350 instead of $1650 ’til 28th FEB midnight

Plus, GET Module 5 – Trusts, As A Tool To Protect Your Estate, AND Module 5b – How to Hold Your Position When Trust Property (Res) Is Under Attack totally COMPLIMENTARY during this promo period and SAVE an extra $100! No need to do anything, we’ll automatically include it upon adding a non-registered trust to your cart.

Beyond that you still have the chance as a non-member, through PrivateTrustMakers, but the price goes up! 

Since 2005, Mark from Private Trust Makers (same team as Solutions Empowerment).