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Blog Posts in September, 2012

How frequently should I update my asset protection plan?

Asset protection – like estate planning – must be continuous. You may hurriedly protect yourself if you are sued, but letting your plan fall into disuse once the threat passes can be ...
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What are the differences between a good and great asset protection plan?

Great lawsuit protection doesn't just happen. First and foremost, if you are to most effectively block litigants and creditors from claiming your assets, you should protect yourself before trouble ...
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Are there counter-offensive strategies that one can use to discourage lawsuits?

We follow the axiom – "The best defense is a good offense." This is no less true when it comes to asset protection. We use a number of strategies to impose liability against a ...
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Is it necessary for a client to lose control over their assets to protect them?

Not usually. For instance, limited partnerships and limited liability companies allow you to retain complete control over your assets, and these entities well-protect assets. As another example, you ...
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