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Blog Posts in November, 2012

When is the best time to protect your assets?

What should be obvious from our conversation so far is that the best time to protect yourself is before a creditor threat is foreseeable. You should always protect yourself: Well before your marriage ...
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Is it too late to protect my assets once I am sued or have a potential liability?

Not necessarily. No law obligates a lawsuit defendant to hold his assets for the benefit of his creditors, despite common belief to the contrary. In fact, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, in one ...
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It seems that the fraudulent transfer laws are somewhat subjective. How can you be certain a transfer isn't fraudulent?

Frequently you can't. When you review these three elements of a constructive fraudulent transfer, you still have hundreds of unanswered questions. For instance, is it fraudulent to exchange ...
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What do you mean by a transfer after you incur a 'present liability'?

If you sell an asset for less than its fair value, the creditor must secondly show that the transfer occurred after you had theliability. Once you have a present liability, you cannot safely transfer ...
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