About TrustArte and James Billings

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Privacy is now obsolete due to the Internet. We all know that personal and business details are visible online for anyone to see. Browse the Secretary of State business filings or your local County Recorder’s website. It’s easy to quickly profile your valuable holdings.

Corporations and LLCs were once helpful curtains. But they’re now subject to business identity theft, tax audits and denied insurance claims. Despite a few states claiming privacy, does anyone really trust government bureaucrats? The new federal Corporate Transparency Act is just the beginning.

Our unique expertise at Trustarte is privacy for high value assets. We have solutions.

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Welcome to Trustarte

Here you can learn about a wide variety of both personal and commercial trust instruments. We invite you to explore this hidden world. The applications will amaze you.

The Uncorporation Book

Unleash The Power of The Uncorporation

The internet has changed forever the way your personal and business information is recorded. It’s now easy for anyone to breach your privacy online, and consequently place your valuable assets at risk.

Discover how James realized the missing narrative to asset title. His professional expertise in the Securities Industry and Real Estate revealed the urgent need for this discussion. Few advisors ever explain or know the benefits of anonymous title for their clients.

This book will open your eyes and mind to what’s really important for your high value assets.

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