The personal wealth one acquires can be exposed to the claims of creditors for any number of reasons, even when one is doing business through a corporate entity. There are, however, ethical and legal means to protect one’s assets from potential future creditors. Whether addressing your personal needs or those of a client, asset protection is a fundamental part of making certain that one’s financial house is in order. This webinar touches on all these things.
Michael A. Brandess, an attorney at Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Helsinger LLP in the firm’s Bankruptcy, Reorganization & Creditors’ Rights practice group, is consistently recognized for his dedicated and zealous representation… Read More
Andrew S. Katzenberg is Of Counsel in DLA Piper LLP’s Estate Planning and Administration practice. He focuses primarily on wealth transfer planning and preservation, multi-generational planning, estate and trust administration,… Read More
Jeffrey D. Shelley focuses his practice on estate planning, estate and trust administration, charitable planning, tax matters, business transactions, and intellectual property. Jeff’s prior scientific, tax, and business background gives him… Read More