Asset Protection Mistakes Part 2: Interview With Attorney Ike Devji

In part two of a five part, plain English discussion of the common fatal mistakes of Asset Protection planning, lawyer Ike Devji and financial expert Steve Savant discuss why traditional estate planing alone won’t protect your wealth and why many successful people defeat their own planning by using the wrong tools or putting “too many […]

Are 529 plans creditor protected? Maybe.

Asset Protection attorney Ike Devji was recently quoted in financial author Geri Detweiler’s article on creditor protection of 529 college savings plans that appeared at Yahoo Finance and Credit.com among several other sites.   SEE THE ARTICLE HERE:  http://blog.credit.com/2015/10/can-a-debt-collector-take-my-kids-college-fund-126590/   The article explores the often complex and confusing laws surrounding the creditor protection of 529 […]

Employment Manuals Commonly Overlooked in Asset Protection Plans

Medical practices and other businesses of all types face many types of risk outside the strict scope of their professional liability. One major lawsuit risk to business owners and doctors is employment-related lawsuits that must be mitigated with a professionally drafted employment manual. I continually stress that a good asset protection plan has many layers, including management of all reasonably anticipatable risks. […]

LLC Basics For Consumers: Asset Protection

Business owners and Doctors are increasingly bombarded with a variety of asset protection information from different sources of varying skill and experience. One common tool that attorneys and non-attorney promoters alike often focus on is the limited liability company or “LLC.” Unfortunately, because LLCs are relatively simple to create and maintain, they are routinely misused […]

LLC Sales Myths Harm Doctors, Business Owners: Asset Protection

It is important for every doctor and business owner to understand some basics about the Limited Liability Company, commonly known as an LLC; what it is, how it is created, and some of the benefits a well-drafted and maintained LLC can provide. Unfortunately I regularly get reports from my own clients that have been at medical […]

Urgent Care Centers: Asset Protection for Doctors, Owners

Asset Protection attorney Ike Devji was heavily featured in a recent article in The Ambulatory M&A Advisor titled “Asset Protection for Your Urgent Care Business” by Brittany Belli. Devji works with physicians nationwide and is a frequent CME presenter for medical groups on issues including asset protection, wealth preservation and the specific risk management techniques, that […]

New Asset Protection Book Features Attorney Ike Devji

Phoenix, AZ May 19, 2015 Author Michele Williams’ new book , “Asset Protection For The Rest Of Us” seeks to share the information that high net worth individuals and their advisors have and most of middle class America does not. Williams examines some key basic concepts and aims to help her readers keep what they […]

Prenuptial Agreements Key Issue in Asset Protection

One of the issues most likely to adversely affect your wealth is a simple statistic: nearly 50 percent of marriages end in divorce. With the summer wedding season upon us it’s time for a simple discussion of prenuptial agreements and why they must be part of every business owner, executive and physician’s risk-management plan. I […]

Medical Practice Asset Protection: EPLI Insurance

While this article was originally written for Physicians Practice, it applies to all employers and deals with a very significant asset protection risk, employee lawsuits. Protecting your wealth and your business requires several layers, make sure you understand all of them. – Ike Devji In another discussion on medical practice employee risk I explained covered another […]

Legal Mistakes to Avoid When Selling Medical Practices, Businesses

Many doctors and business owners across the U.S. are in the process of working on selling their practices and/or on a succession plan. Here are four common legal issues to watch out for when selling your medical practice, or any other business: 1. Failing to be independently represented Whether buying or selling a practice, it’s […]