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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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Asset Protection for Professionals

Asset protection is best implemented before a creditor — judgment or otherwise — appears, since a transfer made with the intent to hinder, delay or defraud a creditor may be deemed a “fraudulent conveyance” subject to rescission. Asset protection may consist of simply gifting or consuming the asset. Continue reading

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