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Blog Posts in March, 2013

Can you explain how spouses holding property as tenancy-by-the-entirety helps in protecting assets?

Certainly. Of the four types of co-ownership, only tenancy-by-the-entirety (TBE) may provide meaningful asset protection. Tenancy-by-the-entirety is a special type of co-ownership only available to a ...
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You suggest co-ownership as another way to gain protection. What is co-ownership planning and how does co-ownerships work?

One form of protective co-ownership is tenancy-by-the-entirety (TBE). Twenty-five states, at least to some extent, protect assets owned by spouses as T/E against the creditors of only one spouse. Some ...
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How significant a role does exemption planning play in asset protection?

That answer mostly depends on the debtor's state laws. Several states – most notably Florida and Texas – are exceptionally debtor oriented. They exempt, or creditor proof, a wide range ...
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Once I'm sued can I then convert my non-exempt assets into exempt assets?

It may then be too late. Many courts consider this a fraudulent transfer. You may attempt it, but it's not wise to rely on this one strategy alone if you already have a liability. Many states also ...
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