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 […]

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 […]

Estate Planning, Sugar Daddies and Lawsuits, Oh My

Given the current and often predatory nature of modern personal relationships I thought this piece by my friend and colleague Robert Sewell of Davis Miles McGuire Gardner was interesting and timely, to say the least. Bob practices heavily in the area of probate litigation, which is where late or poorly drafted estate plans end-up, usually […]

Common Mistakes Some Smart Women Still Make With Money, Estate and Legal Planning

I’m fortunate to deal with a number of successful women across the U.S. Whether they are C.E.O.s, doctors, some other kind of professional or business owner or simply the stay at home family C.E.O. that helps manage the family’s wealth and success. Over the last ten we’ve seen both positive and negative behavior patterns among different […]

Key Legal Documents Everyone Facing a Divorce Must Update

A common error after the expense and trauma of a divorce is not updating a variety of key legal and financial documents. You would not believe the number of estate plans and insurance policies that name an ex-spouse as the beneficiary of everything a client owns. Jeff Landers of Bedrock Divorce advisors provides a great summary […]