Asset Protection

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Mainebiz Real Estate Insider – Protecting the Penny Wise in a Lease

Some penny wise clients resist advice to get real estate out of their own individual names, opening themselves to unnecessary risk. Fortunate clients, who have not met the “trial bar” up close and personal, sometimes still...more

S Corporations - Time To Drop Them!

Most of us know that S corporations are reasonably tax efficient from an operating standpoint: leaving aside Illinois replacement tax, only one level of tax is paid on company earnings (at the shareholder level). We also know...more

SEC Brings Another Custody Rule Case

The SEC brought another in what may become a series of custody rule cases. This action was brought against Professional Investment Management, Inc., and its principal, Douglas Cowgill. SEC v. Cowgill, Case No. 2:14 CV 396...more

Combating Financial Abuse of Elderly in Mesa

Over the course of the last century, the number of U.S. residents over the age of 65 has increased 11-fold, and according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the median age of our population is expected to continue to rise....more

Anti-Huber Planning

Asset protection trusts promise their settlors the best of many worlds. They allow a grantor to give away assets to a trust and remove them (and any future appreciation in the trust assets) from their taxable estate. However,...more

Protecting Your Personal Holdings From Your Small Business or Investment Property Through Limited Liability Entities

Kern County is filled with hardworking entrepreneurs. In my practice, helping people build businesses and providing tax and asset protection advice, one of the most re-occurring issues that arises is asset protection,...more

What Types of Insurance Should I Have For My Business?

Branching off from our discussion of whether you need an entity for your business, one related issue that’s important to keep in mind is what types and amounts of insurance you should obtain and maintain with respect to your...more

Offshore Professional Risks - June 2013

Sedgwick’s Offshore Professional Risks practice offers a unique and global perspective on professional risk. As the only law firm in the world with offices in the key insurance jurisdictions of Bermuda, London and the U.S.,...more

Bad Planning In Foreign Asset Protection Trust Scenario

Foreign asset protection trusts are often established by U.S. persons to shield their assets from creditors. Typically, assets transferred to the trust can be paid to or applied for the benefit of the U.S. grantor(s) and...more

The Estate Planner - May/June 2013

In This Issue: - Exemption portability: Should you rely on it? - Decant a trust to add trustee flexibility - Using the GST tax exemption to build a dynasty - Estate Planning Red Flag: Your plan includes a...more

Utah’s New Domestic Asset Protection Statute Makes State a Top Choice to Shield Assets

A new Utah law taking effect May 14, 2013 will provide some of the strongest options in the country for those looking to shield assets from creditors or predatory litigation. The Domestic Asset Protection Trust (DAPT) is a...more

Asset Protection Expanded in Ohio

Individuals with concerns about preserving their assets from claims of possible future creditors no longer need to move their assets to Delaware, Alaska or offshore in order to protect them. With the enactment of the Ohio...more

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