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Peering Through the Legal Prism: When Asset Protection Becomes Fraudulent

VIEW IN PDF:  Tax News & Comment — August 2011 I.  Introduction English law addressing fraudulent conveyances dates back to the early Middle Ages. The first comprehensive attempt to prohibit such transfers appeared in the Fraudulent Conveyances Act of 1571, … Continue reading

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Peering Through the Legal Prism: When Asset Protection Becomes Fraudulent

VIEW IN PDF:  Tax News & Comment — August 2011 I.  Introduction English law addressing fraudulent conveyances dates back to the early Middle Ages. The first comprehensive attempt to prohibit such transfers appeared in the Fraudulent Conveyances Act of 1571, … Continue reading

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Peering Through the Legal Prism: When Asset Protection Becomes Fraudulent

VIEW IN PDF:  Tax News & Comment — August 2011 I.  Introduction English law addressing fraudulent conveyances dates back to the early Middle Ages. The first comprehensive attempt to prohibit such transfers appeared in the Fraudulent Conveyances Act of 1571, … Continue reading

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Delaware Dynasty Trusts

Traditionally, trusts were viewed primarily as a means to protect immature or dysfunctional beneficiaries from themselves. Traditional trusts typically terminated when a minor child attained a certain age. Dynasty Trusts, on the other hand, seek to maximize all of the benefits of the trust arrangement, which include asset protection and tax savings, as well as the traditional objective of protecting immature or spendthrift persons. In fact, the Dynasty Trust can serve as the centerpiece of an estate plan. Continue reading

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