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Review of Offshore Jurisdictions (Part 3)

Review of Offshore Jurisdictions (Part 3)

With this issue we continue our periodic review of selected offshore jurisdictions. As indicated by the above subtitle, in this issue we will review Barbados.

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Tenancy by the Entireties: Protection No More!

Tenancy by the Entireties: Protection No More!

This issue was scheduled to be a review of Barbados. However, a decision in a recent case which may put at risk certain “do-it-yourself” protection techniques was handed down, and is discussed in this issue.

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Review of Offshore Jurisdictions (Part 2)

Review of Offshore Jurisdictions (Part 2)

With this issue we continue our review of selected offshore jurisdictions. As indicated by the above subtitle, in this issue we will review Anguilla.

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Review of Offshore Jurisdictions (Part 1)

Review of Offshore Jurisdictions (Part 1)

With this issue we begin a periodic review of selected offshore jurisdictions. These reviews will cover such factors as the legal system, the geographic location, communications facilities, availability of professional services, and other items we deem pertinent.

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Fraudulent Transfers Revisited

Fraudulent Transfers Revisited

For years now we have stressed the importance of implementing asset protection strategies before any type of claim or threat of litigation arises. Why is advance planning continuously emphasized?

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Limited Liability Companies: Ready for Prime Time?

Limited Liability Companies: Ready for Prime Time?

Limited liability companies are being utilized more and more as one state after another adopts a version of a limited liability company statute. A Uniform Limited Liability Company Act was proposed in August, 1994, but as of this writing, no state has adopted it.

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