Last Will & Testament

The Knight's Club members are trained in the power of Leaving a Lasting Legacy. Our Club members also gain the knowledge of the difference between a simple (basic) Will and a Pour-Over will. This simple application sets the Difference of how a Will is meant to handle your entire estate. A pour-over will exists only to move assets into the Grantors specific trust and works in conjunction with either a revocable living trust or an irrevocable trust.


As a Knight Club member you will learn to become an Executor. The Executor is the Chosen one of a Grantor who will be trained in the Knight's Academy on Trust systems and other tools that a Grantor of a Will has desired in privatizing and protecting those assets to administer upon their death. The primary duty of our Knights is to carry out the wishes of the deceased person .


Who is the Trustee? Who is the Beneficiary? You will learn how to structure a system where one owns nothing but controls everything! If I don't own it, it can't be taken from me, because the trustee has a fiduciary responsibility to act in the best interest of the beneficiaries in managing all assets, ex: house, car, goods, earth. There is a trustee and a beneficiary: Which one are you? The Knight's Club offers each member an education in civics, transforming the mindset of consumption and ownership, to the legacy and generation wealth!

Status Correction

Did you ever apply for Naturalization? Did your elders ever call themselves African and American (African-American), or did they go by something else? We will teach you what Status Correction is and why it matters. Here at the Knight's Club you will have an opportunity to accomplish something no one in your lifetime would have ever thought was possible- Security, Wealth, Privacy, Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.

Benefits of Estate Planning:

Asset protection is the adoption of strategies to guard one's wealth. Asset protection is a component of financial planning intended to protect one's assets from creditor claims. Individuals and business entities use asset protection techniques to limit creditors' access to certain valuable assets while operating within the bounds of debtor-creditor law.
A pour-over will works in conjunction with a trust. In estate planning, trusts provide a way to avoid the probate process when transferring assets after the grantor’s death. When the time comes to settle an estate, assets funded into the trust get distributed to beneficiaries as directed by the grantor. A pour-over will covers assets that the grantor has not funded into the trust at the time of death. Absent explicit directions provided via a will, remaining assets would instead be subject to laws of intestate succession as established by the jurisdiction in which the individual died. Pour-over wills act as a backstop against issues that could frustrate the smooth operation of a living trust. They ensure any assets a grantor neglects to add to a trust, whether by accident or on purpose, will end up in the trust after execution of the will. The will can also provide extra protection against legal issues with a trust by stipulating that the assets intended for the trust be distributed to the trust’s beneficiaries should it become invalid or, in the case of an unfunded trust, should it become legally difficult or impossible to fund at the time of the grantor’s death.
The term “generational wealth” refers to assets passed by one generation of a family to another. Those assets can include stocks, bonds, and other investments, as well as real estate and family businesses. In recent years generational wealth has become a focal point in discussions about the racial wealth gap and the increasing concentration of wealth in the U.S., because it plays a substantial role in both.  
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Secured Party is not about money...................
it's all about security & freedom from their debt.

we are creditors

When you become a Knights Investors Networking Group member, you will have the opportunity to learn what many call “Secured Party Creditor”.  Secured Party is the power of asset protection, wealth creation, and the freedom of status correction – the right of Self-Determination.

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