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Firearms and protection from civil liability

November 7, 2016
Firearms and protection from civil liability

With the heated debate on gun control dominating headlines and social media in recent years, a lesser-discussed aspect of gun ownership is not getting sufficient attention. The number of cases highlighting the civil liability pertaining to gun ownership are increasing, and gun owners in states with a strong anti-gun mentality are finding themselves up against […]

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Common client questions: are assets in an offshore trust safe from theft and fraud?

September 26, 2016
Common client questions: are assets in an offshore trust safe from theft and fraud?

What protections are afforded assets in an offshore trust from fraud and theft by the trust company and its employees?

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Common client questions: Divorce and asset protection trusts

August 16, 2016
Common client questions: Divorce and asset protection trusts

This article in our Common Client Questions Series focuses on an unpopular subject, but one that affects 2.4 million Americans each year: divorce. Divorce attorneys dislike asset protection planning. Unlike other litigation where the plaintiff’s attorney often works on a contingency fee basis, in a divorce proceeding both attorneys have a financial interest in prolonging […]

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Asset Protection Success Stories: The Teenager

May 25, 2016
Asset Protection Success Stories: The Teenager

This article in our “Asset Protection Success Stories” series focuses on an issue close to home for many American families, and that is the liability associated with a teen driver.

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American Uncertainty: Financial planning in the face of political and economic doubt

April 13, 2016
American Uncertainty: Financial planning in the face of political and economic doubt

At a time when the American political climate is contentious and the country seems more divided than ever, Americans can certainly agree on one topic: the uncertainty of the country’s future. Americans are now taking unprecedented actions to protect themselves from their own government. These steps include the renunciation of citizenship, planning for death tax increases, protection from excessive regulation, and foreign market diversification.

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