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Blog Posts in May, 2017

Who are the key parties in International Asset Protection?

International Asset Protection is the legal process of titling both your personal and business assets to put them beyond the reach of future potential threats and creditors using International Trusts, ...
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Has the new bankruptcy law extended protection for certain types of income?

Yes. The new bankruptcy laws now fully protects: 1) Social Security benefits, unemployment compensation and local public assistance payments; 2) veterans’ benefits; 3) disability, illness and ...
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What other forms of income aren't sheltered from garnishment and how can they be sheltered?

Welfare payments are usually exempt from creditor claims; but again, the state laws on this are not uniform. Some states partially protect welfare payments, others provide no protection. Public ...
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What wages can a creditor garnish and how can they be protected?

The portion of your paycheck a creditor can garnish is limited by both federal and state laws. As with any other state exemption, each state set its own wage protection limitations. Some states ...
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How should antiques and other collectibles be titled?

Most states partly protect household furniture from creditor claims. Again, you must check your state exemptions. The new Bankruptcy Act also protects furnishings to a modest value. Moreover, ordinary ...
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