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By Patricia Donlevy-Rosen

PROTECTING ASSETS FROM VENEZUELAN AND OTHER CONFISCATION: IMMEDIATE ACTION NEEDED

August 15, 2017
PROTECTING ASSETS FROM VENEZUELAN AND OTHER CONFISCATION: IMMEDIATE ACTION NEEDED

This newsletter discusses a new strategy to protect real estate when one does not have an offshore trust.

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Common Client Questions: Retention of Control

July 31, 2017
Common Client Questions: Retention of Control

This article in our “Common Client Questions” series focuses on a re-emerging trend in the asset protection industry: clients retaining control over asset protection structures. Offshore asset protection planning is effective because of two elements. The first, that the offshore asset protection trust and its assets are beyond the reach of a U.S. court’s jurisdiction. […]

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PROTECTING REAL ESTATE WITHOUT AN OFFSHORE TRUST: Now It Can Be Done!

April 20, 2017
PROTECTING REAL ESTATE WITHOUT AN OFFSHORE TRUST: Now It Can Be Done!

This newsletter discusses a new strategy to protect real estate when one does not have an offshore trust.

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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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