Onshore Havens

Gideon Rothschild, asset-protection expert and member of the New York law firm Moses & Singer, reports that Utah has just joined the growing number of states providing self-settled trusts for asset protection. Until recently, high-net-worth individuals had to go offshore for such trusts. In 1996, Alaska became the first state to enact legislation intended to offer the same benefits onshore. Delaware,

Gideon Rothschild, asset-protection expert and member of the New York law firm Moses & Singer, reports that Utah has just joined the growing number of states providing self-settled trusts for asset protection.

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