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 aspects of international or offshore planning. The fact is, the number of people who do it safely and legally every day outnumber those who do not, or who have been unfortunate enough to work with crooked non-lawyer promoters or bad lawyers by well over 1000 to 1.”
Devji has over a decade of experience devoted exclusively to being a “legal bodyguard” for billions of dollars worth of the wealth and assets of successful Americans and their families across the United Sates. He is a frequent speaker, author and educator, teaching CLE to other attorneys and financial advisors and CME (Continuing Medical Education) to doctors all over the United States and has authored hundreds of articles related to his actual daily legal practice with clients across the U.S.
Devji is quick to point out that there are many myths in the area of asset protection and that a tool is not a good tool for you unless it is a fit for your specific assets and fact pattern. He also believes that the best Asset Protection and Wealth Preservation planning is always a system of layers that includes a professional liability insurance program (not just one policy), risk management and legal tools.
You can read more about Ike Devji, Asset Protection and Wealth Preservation concepts and other related issues at www.ProAssetProtection.com
LINK: WSJ.com – Warding off predators with offshore trusts