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SO YOU THINK YOUR HOMESTEAD IS PROTECTED? Think Again!

SO YOU THINK YOUR HOMESTEAD IS PROTECTED? Think Again!

This newsletter discusses some loopholes to the protection of your homestead, and what you can do to close those loopholes and ensure that protection.

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ENHANCING CREDITOR PROTECTION OF IRA FUNDS: Inherited and Otherwise

ENHANCING CREDITOR PROTECTION OF IRA FUNDS: Inherited and Otherwise

This newsletter discusses protecting an inherited IRA and your own IRA from creditors, particularly in view of the 2014 Supreme Court case of Clark v. Rameker.

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CONTEMPT OF COURT – PART 2: Self-Created Impossibility Defense

CONTEMPT OF COURT – PART 2: Self-Created Impossibility Defense

This newsletter discusses contempt of court, and a new case that reaffirms the right to establish offshore trusts without fear of incarceration.

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Ohio Legacy Trusts: A New “Protective” Trust Law?

Ohio Legacy Trusts: A New “Protective” Trust Law?

Ohio has joined the growing list of states which have enacted asset protection trust legislation. Chapter 5816, Revised Code of Ohio, enacts the Ohio Legacy Trust Act, which, on and after March 27, 2013, permits the creation of self-settled spendthrift trusts called “Legacy Trusts”.

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New Article on Rush University Case

New Article on Rush University Case

A controversial case in the field of asset protection is analyzed by asset protection attorneys.

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Tenancy by the Entireties Protection Weakened: The Craft Case + Cook Islands / Nevis Update

Tenancy by the Entireties Protection Weakened: The Craft Case + Cook Islands / Nevis Update

Tenancy by the entireties (“TBE”) is a form of joint ownership which is created during marriage and which can only exist between spouses. Among the traditional legal characteristics of TBE is that one spouse cannot mortgage, sell or otherwise dispose of any portion of the property without the joinder of the other spouse, as the property is deemed to be owned by the marital unit and not by either spouse individually.

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