Arizona Asset Protection Attorneys Featured at 17th Annual Wealth Protection Conference, May 2014

Attorneys Charlie Davis and Ike Devji will be speaking at the 17th Annual Wealth Protection Conference on May 9 and 10 in Mesa Arizona.

From Left, Attorneys Charlie Davis and Ike Devji

From Left, Attorneys Charlie Davis and Ike Devji

Topics covered at the conference will include:

How To Protect Your Assets For Generations,   How to Safely and Legally Use Offshore Trusts and Banks,  Common Fatal Flaws and Misconceptions That Cost Successful People Everything,  Asset Protection Blueprint,   Estate Planning Tips,   Must Have Assets for 2014, Tools To Help You Put Your Business Into Hyper Growth Mode, Profiting During the Impending Dollar Collapse,   Where Energy is Headed & How to Profit, Taxpayers Rights and Abuse Prevention.

Take a look at the Conference website at www.wealthprotectionconf.com and sign up today to secure your spot. If you want to bring a colleague, spouse, child, or a friend the price of a second ticket is half price.

Charlie Davis is the founding partner of Davis Miles McGuire Gardner (DMMG) in Tempe Arizona and has decades of experience in dealing with business owners and other successful Americans on issues related to real estate, tax law and advanced business planning including Asset Protection.

See more on Charlie here: http://www.davismiles.com/attorney/charles-e-davis/

Ike Devji has over a decade of national legal practice devoted solely to Asset Protection and Wealth Preservation and helps protects billions of dollars in personal assets for client base that includes thousands of businesses owners and physicians among others. Ike joined Davis Miles McGuire Gardner earlier this year to help create formal practice groups in theses areas.

See more on Ike here: http://www.davismiles.com/attorney/ike-z-devji-j-d/

About the DMMG Asset Protection Practice group:

http://www.davismiles.com/practice-areas/asset-protection/

 

 

 

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