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The problem is that once a suit is filed, the Fraudulent Transfer Act prevents someone from hiding assets from a judgment creditor. What many people do in these cases is form an offshore
trust and then an offshore LLC
in countries like Belize, Seychelles or Panama and then use that LLC to form an LLC in the US (Texas in your case). This protects anyone from finding who even owns the LLC because those countries will not release any information on the owners of the LLC and certainly not the trust. There are many services at http://www.escapeartist.com that you can engage to form your offshore trust and LLC and once you do so, then you can form your Texas LLC with the offshore LLC as the owner of the Texas LLC.
As far as you receiving a salary from the LLC, the problem is once that salary comes out of the LLC, it could be fair game for them to try to seize, even though under Texas law they cannot garnish wages. That is a bit more difficult to protect unless the LLC pays all of your regular expenses such as housing.
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