How To Test Your Legal And Financial Planning Today

Will your legal and financial planning really protect your family and your business? Asset Protection attorney Ike Devji on the tough questions you must ask about your own plans TODAY, while you still can. Many of those I counsel are in high-income, high-stress, and high-liability professions. Wethger you are a busienss owner, entrepreneur, physician, your  planning […]

Negative Publicity: Crisis Management for Businesses, Medical Practices

Issues in the news like the recent Ashley Madison data dump prove how negative publicity related to your practice or  the personal activities of any of its owners or employees, can have devastating effects on your professional reputation and financial solvency. Regardless of the cause, every business and medical practice owner and manager should understand some PR crisis […]

Crisis Management: Dealing with Bad Press at Your Business

 Events beyond your control and outside the scope of your business can cause reputational damage and receive media and public attention that can literally shut your business down. Knowing how to handle such an event should be part of your asset protection plan. A previous article examined the different types of crisis plans required to operate any business, especially one that […]

Celebrity Medical Patients Require Extra Supervision, Create Higher Risks

Celebrity (or just high-profile) patients present a number of unique challenges for medical practices and require additional supervision and compliance measures to protect the practice, the patients and staff.     In last week’s discussion I provided some detail on the death of Joan Rivers during her treatment at an outpatient surgery center (ASC), and […]

What’s the Difference Between a Will and a Trust and Which one Do I Need?

An estate plan is always necessary unless you want your estate to pass through “operation of law” which involves the long, uncertain, public and expensive process at your death with a stranger (the courts) deciding who gets everything you leave behind. This process often leads to heartache, delay and additional stress for those you leave […]

Essential Legal and Financial Documents, an Emergency Checklist

Finding key documents can be trying and laborious under the best circumstances, even with plenty of notice, like at tax time every year. Finding them under stress or worse, having to have someone else sort through the entirety of the paperwork you have hoarded after an emergency, death or other crisis is often impossible. This […]

Crisis Management Plans for Business Owners and Doctors: Personal Saftey

The recent tragic events in Washington, Colorado and Wisconsin are just three examples of the realities that leaders and executives of medical practices must be prepared to deal with in an effective and organized way. Unfortunately for most of us, the first time our name is in the newspaper is usually not a happy event; […]