Asset Protection Tips for Physicians, Business Owners, and Professionals

  These three asset protection tips can help physicians, business owners, and other professionals protect their assets from various types of creditors. Whether you are a physician or not, you probably know that the practice of medicine is a profession fraught...

How to Protect Your Child’s Inheritance from An Untrustworthy Spouse

Parents who develop an estate plan often do so to provide for their heirs financially. They, like you, want to protect your child’s inheritance from an untrustworthy spouse. Many want to make sure hard-earned assets, family heirlooms, or closely held businesses...

How You Can Build an Estate Plan that Includes Asset Protection

Much of estate planning has to do with the way a person’s assets will be distributed upon their death. But that’s only the tip of the iceberg. From smart incapacity planning to diligent probate avoidance, there is a lot that goes into crafting a comprehensive estate...
Three Asset Protection Planning Tips for Doctors, That You Can Use Too!

Three Asset Protection Planning Tips for Doctors, That You Can Use Too!

The practice of medicine is a profession fraught with liability.  It’s not just medical malpractice claims either – employment related issues (wrongful termination, sexual harassment, and discrimination), careless business partners and employees, and contractual...

Asset Protection Scams – Beware and Be Smart

I have reprinted the following column by Jay Adkisson, the asset protection columnist for Forbes.com.  He is one of the top asset protection commentators in the country and knows the asset protection business as well as anyone.  If you need asset protection, or want...

Charging Orders and How the Charging Order Remedy Results in Asset Protection

After my last post involving the legislative change in Florida that confirms the charging order as the exclusive remedy for a judgment creditor against an ownership interest in an limited liability company (“LLC”), I received a number of calls and...

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