Workshop 27: The Tools of Domestic and International Asset Protection

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Tuesday, May 2, 2017 -
2:30pm to 3:20pm
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The Tools of Domestic and International Asset Protection Study will help professionals: understand the fundamentals of fraudulent transfer law; identify the U.S. state-law methods for exempting a client’s assets from the claims of future creditors; understand the vulnerabilities of limited partnerships and limited liability companies as asset-protection tools; name the primary differences between U.S. and foreign protective trusts and the basic steps for implementing a foreign protective trust; understand the primary differences in offshore trust jurisdictions and when it is appropriate to “import the law” versus “export the assets”; and identify the primary U.S. tax filings applicable to a foreign trust structure.