Asset Protection Attorney Answers FAQ's About Asset Protection Planning in Florida

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Asset protection attorney, C. Randolph Coleman, in Jacksonville, Florida, provides answers to Frequently Asked Questions about asset protection planning in Florida.  As an asset protection attorney with more than 30 years experience dealing with asset protection matters in the Florida courts, the answers to these frequently asked questions will provide significant insight in the asset protection planning process, things to avoid when engaging in asset protection planning, what works, what sometimes works, and what never works.  The information provided in these discussions reveal why working with an asset protection attorney is of critical importance if you want to accomplish asset protection that works.  You also will learn why it is better to engage in asset protection planning before you actually need the asset protection, rather than after an event occurs that invokes the need for such planning.

The answers that are provided for these asset protection FAQs will help you understand the benefits of planning with assets that are exempt from creditors’ claims (Chapter 222, Florida Statutes); how to avoid fraudulent transfers or fraudulent conveyances (Chapter 726, Florida Statutes), that can effectively undo otherwise effective asset protection planning; how to use the charging order protection that is provided by the Florida Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (Chapter 605, Florida Statutes); and why the guidance of an asset protection attorney can be so important for such planning efforts.

If there are questions you have about asset protection planning that are not addressed in these materials, please contact us with your questions and we will attempt to provide answers for you in a timely manner.

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