You Already May Be An Asset Protection Lawyer

The mere words asset protection make some lawyers wince.1 They think asset protection is dirty and those engaged in it are the ambulance chasers of the estate-planning bar. Of course, we all should turn our noses up at lawyers who tightrope walk on the limits of the law. And attorneys who violate the law, or assist their clients in doing so, should be dealt with severely. But it's not only ethical

The mere words “asset protection” make some lawyers wince.1 They think asset protection is dirty and those engaged in it are the ambulance chasers of the estate-planning bar.

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