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Blog Posts in March, 2018

Estate Planning Considerations for Couples: Religious vs. Civil Marriages

The first consideration in Estate Planning for couples is marriage. In the following article, we’ll define what a “couple” is, as well as the two marriage options. What constitutes a ...
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If the family assets are titled to a spouse who is likely to incur liability, are these assets lost to that spouse in divorce?

A common, simple asset protection strategy is to title marital assets with the less-vulnerable spouse. This spouse then controls the assets and can sell, encumber or conceal the entrusted assets. ...
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Can assets be divorce-proofed by transferring them internationally?

Sometimes spouses planning divorce do shelter their assets in international asset protection trusts. Although they must disclose these trust assets to the divorce court, the court generally cannot ...
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Are post-nuptial agreements for spouses helpful?

Sometimes it’s a good idea for spouses to negotiate post-nuptial agreements. Though married couples can legally contract, they cannot bargain away the same rights that they could under a ...
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