Asset Protection Strategies: Tax and Legal Aspects, Volume 1

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Wiley Law Publications, 1996 - Law - 439 pages
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One of the growing problems for professionals is the need to protect their business and personal property from malpractice and other lawsuits and creditors. This book emphasizes the need to plan practice aids for protecting assets of clients from future claims of judgement. Pointers are given and warnings of possible problems and pitfalls are highlighted. Specific courses of action are recommended, with worksheets and checklists for analyzing the situation. The text contains numerous examples illustrating various principles, and copies of foreign statutes are provided.

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Contents

Chapter
7
Fraudulent Conveyance Concepts
35
Nontax Aspects
41
Copyright

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Lewis D. Solomon is Van Vleck Research Professor of Law at George Washington University Law School. A prolific author on legal, business, public policy, and religious topics, he has written widely in areas of social and scientific policy that deal with legal issues.

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