At Sudden Wealth Protection Law, we know that you want to protect your assets from frivolous lawsuits and other threats. You also want to successfully transition your family’s values and wealth to your next generation. To do that, you need an efficient, competent, and convenient advocate who will be in your corner and help you get the best results for you and your family.

The problem is that there is so much information when it comes to protecting your wealth now and for future generations. That makes you feel vulnerable and confused.

We believe nothing should hold you back from being the leader of your family and business while feeling protected. We understand what it’s like to feel financially vulnerable. Founding attorney Paul Deloughery inherited $14 million in 2009 and lost most of it because no one had ever taught him how to manage or protect that much money. Paul started Sudden Wealth Protection Law in order to help other families avoid the problems that his experienced.

Here’s how we do it:

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And in the meantime, receive the first three chapters of founding attorney Paul Deloughery’s new book, "SUDDEN WEALTH: A Revolutionary Method of Family Wealth Transfer."

The book describes how Paul inherited $14 million and lost most of it within a few years because he was not prepared to manage and protect that much money. Since then, Paul became an accredited Family Wealth Advisor, and he helps other families avoid the sudden wealth problems that his experienced.

So you can avoid losing your money, status and privileges, or having your heirs lose their inheritance, and instead feel relaxed and assured.

Why are we called “Sudden” Wealth Protection Law?

There is a saying: “Shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in three generations.” In other words, if you have created significant wealth, it will probably be gone by the end of your grandchildren’s lifetimes. But it doesn’t need to be that way.

With sudden wealth, you often lack context about how hard it was to acquire the wealth and what it means. You also lack preparation on how to manage it. Sudden wealth can happen in various ways, such as getting an inheritance, winning the lottery, selling a business, or getting a divorce. When a person experiences sudden wealth, it can be disorienting and result in poor decision-making.

If you have experienced sudden wealth, you need specialized help.