Asset Protection: Concepts and Strategies for Protecting Your Wealth

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jul 2, 2004 - Business & Economics - 326 pages
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Strategies that are effective and legal for putting one’s assets safely out of reach

In today’s increasingly litigious world, the shielding of assets has become a prominent issue for financial planners, business owners, and high-net-worth individuals. Asset Protection details methods that are both legally and morally legitimate for protecting one’s assets from creditors, lawsuits, and scams.

Bringing economic common sense and legitimacy to an area that is drowning in gimmickry, two of today’s top lawyers examine the fundamental issues in this growing area, avoiding dense legalese to make the book accessible to anyone. Asset Protection covers everything readers want to know about:

  • Establishing an effective asset protection program
  • Today’s most popular, established strategies
  • Newer strategies that are still being resolved by the courts

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Contents

Chapter
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What Is Asset Protection?
15
Chapter 4
37
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About the author (2004)

Jay Adkisson (Laguna Niguel, CA) is a wealth planner with experience as a lawyer in high-profile cases involving offshore assets. He has been favorably featured in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and other major publications.

Chris Riser (Atlanta, GA) is a U.S. tax attorney and director of the American Bar Association's Asset Protection Planning Committee.

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