Who Is Dominque Grubisa?

Dominque Grubisa is a lawyer, solicitor and barrister specializing in debt and financial law and licensed to practice in all states of Australia.

As a lawyer, she champions the financial rights of investors and business owners drowning in debt and helps clients ranging from ordinary mums and dads to high flying conglomerates throughout Australia in relation to debt recovery, asset protection and estate planning.

As an investor, Dominique pioneered distressed real estate investing in Australia and has bought, sold or held more than $50 million in property. Her system has helped countless investors allows investors enjoy instant equity in property while at the same time, helping distressed home owners escape the costly repossession process.

Dominique is also an ASIC Credit License Holder, working with banks and financial institutions to recover debt and manage their financial affairs.

Dominique’s legal expertise has resulted in her appearing as a debt expert on A Current Affair, Today Tonight, The Circle and throughout other media outlets.

Dominique in News

Dominique In News

Safeguard Your Wealth While You Profit Safely

Stop Creditors, The Government And Lawyers From Touching Your Most Important Assets.

Your Family Home

Quarantine your home from banks, creditors and litigators, even if you owe money.

Your Business

Grow your business while protecting your profits and income.

Your Bank Account

Bulletproof your bank accounts while increasing your wealth.

Your Property Portfolio

Safeguard your rental income and properties while expanding your portfolio.

Your Income

Shield your wages from garnishees and instalment orders.

Your Superannuation

Safeguard your retirement nest egg from meltdowns and nationalization.

What Other People Say

"Bankruptcy is over!"

“We would like to thank you and your wonderful team for continually supporting us and never giving up. You always made yourselves available, your communication and correspondence was prompt and outstanding. You were incredibly thorough in your investigations, always thought outside the square, and remained totally positive and optimistic, as well as honest. We felt that you always had our backs. We can not thank you and your team enough for your support. If you ever wanted to share our story or needed a testimonial etc, we would be very happy to do so.”

Liz Chapman

Sydney, New South Wales

"Relieved to know I am protected"

"Thank you for your attention and support. I hope to be able to send some more people your way. I am relieved to know that I am protected. Thank you again so much, and you can put me down as one very happy customer that will spread the word."

Debbie Gibson

Townsville, Queensland

Frequently Asked Questions

It can happen to anybody. A downturn in the economy, a bad deal or legal problems... and before you know it, you have creditors and lawyers trying to seize your money.

But the good news is that you can protect your assets and safeguard your wealth before it's too late.

An asset protection plan is a blueprint that can help you to protect your assets in times of crisis. It can stop creditors, lawyers and the government from taking everything.

Dominique Grubisa, the founder of the DG Institute, is an asset protection expert. That's why at the DG Institute, we offer asset protection training to our clients.

During this webinar, Dominique will show you:

How to protect your family home, assets and superannuation How to get your finances back on track and under control How to properly restructure your assets into legal entities that you can control Quick and easy steps to avoid unnecessary, and huge financial risk when investing The critical importance of having an experienced legal team by your side

If you want to know how a family trust protects your assets, then this will interest you.

Within a family trust, you do not own any assets in the trust. Instead, you can expect that you will be considered when the trustee distributes funds. This means that if you go bankrupt, creditors and lawyers will have a hard time obtaining an order against the trust.

A Family Trust offers also has many other benefits. Depending on how it is set up, it might be possible to distribute trust income to beneficiaries in a tax-effective manner.

To be eligible to make a ‘family trust election’, you must meet specific requirements. There are a lot of legal and taxation issues that must be considered. That’s why it’s important to get tax and legal advice from qualified professionals.

The DG Institute Master Wealth Control service can help you to set up a Family Trust as part of the package.

After you file for bankruptcy, all your wealth and assets are placed into a Trust. A Trustee will then sell any assets that may benefit your creditors.

But some assets are protected in a bankruptcy situation. They cannot be sold or seized. These assets include:

Your superannuation Personal items Many household appliances like fridges, TVs and dishwashers. Equipment and tools you need to make a living. Some vehicles Assets in a trust. As well as other uncommon items like military awards.

If you would like to find out more about protecting your assets in bankruptcy, then our Master Wealth Control program may interest you.

It includes a customised asset protection plan. And as part of that service, you also get access to a comprehensive online portal. In this portal, Dominique covers everything you need to know about how to protect your assets in Australia. She also talks about changing global, economic, financial and legal issues.

One of the most common questions we get at the DG Institute is whether trust assets are protected from creditors.

The answer is yes - when you file for bankruptcy, there are certain assets that cannot be sold and seized by creditors. Assets in a family trust are included.

Why? Within a family trust, you do not own any assets in the trust. Instead, you expect that you will be considered when the trustee distributes funds. This means that if you go bankrupt, creditors and lawyers will have a hard time obtaining an order against the trust.

If you would like to find out more about how to use a family trust to protect your assets in bankruptcy, then our Master Wealth Control program may interest you.

It includes a customised asset protection plan. And as part of that service, you also get access to a comprehensive online portal. In this portal, Dominique covers everything you need to know about how to protect your assets in Australia. She also talks about changing global, economic, financial and legal issues.

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