Asset Protection For Doctors: Ike Devji for Medical Economics

Asset Protection For Doctors

Asset Protection attorney Ike Devji’s recent articles on asset protection for physicians include the following for Medical Economics. It shares the 20/20 hindsight  gained by helping to protect the success and manage the risks of thousands of successful Physicians for nearly two decades. Experts have consistently warned us for several years that another recession was possible, […]

Asset Protection: Surviving A Coronavirus Recession

Asset Protection planning in many forms is vital during a recession. This three-minute video outlines the most predictable threats to your wealth and what you can still do today to protect your future. It is based on the personal experience of Attorney Ike Devji, who has spent nearly two decades practicing exclusively in the areas […]

Small Business Recession Survival

Both the United States and many other key world powers face a current turbulent political and economic landscape. A variety of financial experts are predicting something ranging from a significant economic slowdown to another full-blown recession. While times are good, business owners and professionals like physicians should examine the lessons many successful Americans learned the hard […]

Asset Protection Attorney Ike Devji Featured In Wall St. Journal

Phoenix, Arizona. Asset Protection attorney Ike Devji was recently featured in a Wall Street Journal story about Offshore Asset Protection Trusts by Norb Vonnegut. “It was pleasure to be part of Norb’s story, especially since he took the time to ask the right questions and do his homework, most reporters focus only on the sensational […]

Asset Protection Trust Jurisdictions for Physicians – Part 1, Domestic

In our discussion two weeks ago we introduced the Asset Protection Trust (or APT) as a tool and answered some of the most frequently asked questions regarding what it is and how it differs from the estate-planning trust many doctors already have in place. We continue our discussion of the APT this week and examine […]

What Could Bravo’s ‘The Queen of Versailles’ have to do with Asset Protection?

Quite a bit actually as it shows the stupidity of reckless excess spending, the importance of having cash (even for the rich) and the failure of most contemporary estate planners and business lawyers to plan ahead and think defensively, yes even the super smart ones who work only with rich people. – Ike Devji   […]

Current FDIC Deposit Insurance Coverage Limits – Asset Protection and Your Bank

FDIC Deposit Insurance Coverage A common and reasonable question we get from clients is on the safety and solvency of their bank and what exactly is protected by FDIC insurance limits and for how long.  The current limits were created in 2008 to prevent a run on the banks due to economic panic. The placebo worked, […]

Seven Ways To Survive a Business Cashflow Crunch – CEO/Entrepreneur/Startup

Over the last few years the concept of Asset Protection has greatly expanded to include not just the traditional threats like litigation exposure, but effective risk management on all fronts, including cash flow and other solvency related issues magnified by the economy. We’ve covered many of these issues here including those related to real estate, […]

Hidden Assets, Buried Gold, Stuffed Safes and Other Asset Protection and Estate Plans FAILS

The article below is by Attorney Mike King, and shares some detail on the legal issues surrounding intestate property and especially that which is “hidden” and undisclosed. My expectation is that this will be a common story for the next twenty years plus as many people who are currently accumulating and “hiding” assets like gold, jewels, […]

Are money market funds still FDIC-insured? – Asset Protection

Question: A few years ago, I remember hearing that money market funds were covered by FDIC protection just like certificates of deposit and savings accounts. Are money market funds still FDIC-insured? The short answer is no, money market fund holders don’t have the same (very limited) guarantees that holders of CDs, money market deposit accounts, […]