Holiday Shopping, Cyber Crime and Personal Secuirty – Asset Protection

Whether you are a Black Friday, Cyber Monday or everything in-between shopper, the number of threats to your wealth and assets both in person and online at a  high at this time of year. Here are some issues to look out for to protect yourself, your family and the joy of the Holidays. Yes, this is […]

Dating Website Faces $20 Million Lawsuit Over Employee Injury for Typing

A key area of asset protection planning for our 1000’s of business owner clients is the danger of employee lawsuits. Ashley Madison dot com was recently sued over a repetitive motion injury allegedly incurred by an employee that makes up the fake profiles on the site. She was then photographed rising jet-skis and engaging in […]

Personal Liability Insurance Umbrella Policies Remain Vital Asset Protection for Doctors, Business Owners

The law, like medicine, offers few absolutes: Personal liability umbrella policies are not a “magic bullet” that either always or never works. Despite their limits, they remain a key tool in your personal asset-protection plan and your most essential (and affordable) first line of defense. We’ve discussed the fact that many doctors and business owners […]

Asset Protection Lawyer in Phoenix – What to Ask

Arizona lawyers are piling into the Asset Protection planning field due to both the large number of people who have finally realized that their wealth is more finite and fragile than they ever imagined and the litigation boom that inevitably follows tough times. Unfortunately, this new found interest in Asset Protection and the large number of […]

Asset Protection Lawyer Ike Devji: Real Estate Liability Issues for Investors: AUDIO INTERVIEW

Asset Protection Attorney Ike Devji was recently interviewed for the second time by Joe Scarp and Korene L. Clopine-Seaman, the hosts of Your Source For Real Estate Radio in Scottsdale, Arizona. Ike discussed a variety of liability and asset protection issues for real estate, owners, investors and developers including the most common mistakes in real estate […]

Personal Guarantee Insurance for Doctors, Investors, Business Owners

Personal Guarantee Insurance for Doctors (and everyone else) Source: Physicians Practice Non-medical business exposures that threaten doctors’ financial solvency continue to grow in scope and number. This week we take a look a relatively new type of risk-management product: Personal Guarantee (PG) Insurance. We’ve covered both exposure related to residential and commercial real estate debt […]

HOW TO MINIMIZE OR ELIMINATE TAX LIABILITY REGARDING MORTGAGE DEBT FORGIVENESS

This week we take a look at the tax liability associated with mortgage debt forgiveness and how it can be reduced or eliminated. Given what’s happened in the real estate market over the last six years of the recession this is a vital issue for both casual investors and real estate professionals like developers and […]

Asset Protection Trusts For Doctors – An Introduction

Asset-protection strategies for physicians take many forms and range from sound policies and procedures that seek to minimize risk and liability to crisis-management plans, the right kinds insurance, and, finally, specific legal tools. All of these strategies can be valid and effective parts of a true asset protection and risk management system and the key […]

GUN TRUSTS: Their Value and Use to Gun Owners and Planners

Great informative article by attorney Dennis Brislaw on the use of “Gun Trusts” by lawyers and their clients. A Gun Trust Helps Protect Your Client from “An Accidental Felony” READ IT HERE: http://tinyurl.com/GUNTRUST   We will soon be offering these to our clients as well for a variety of reasons including:  1. A large number […]

Medical Practice Liability Insurance Tune Up: The First Line of Defense

We’ve previously detailed both the most common fatal flaws in physicians’ asset-protection planning and the reasons insurance alone is inadequate to protect doctors. Those issues aside, insurance against known and recurring exposures is always the essential first line of defense.   As you’ve seen in this column before, it is unreasonable to think that we […]