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Liability for a Client’s Fraudulent Transfer

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This past year has been such a dark time for many of us, so it seems appropriate to focus my column on perhaps the most troubling question for asset protection planners—our potential liability for assisting a client in what’s ultimately found to have been a fraudulent transfer.


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