By: Irving O. Farber, Esq.
The asset protection planning legal scholar, Duncan E. Osborne reminds us that, in the absence of a nefarious reason, asset protection planning is a right. He has written that:
“Almost all estate planning lawyers, almost all of the time, represent honorable , law abiding clients, men and women who daily contribute to society by their productivity and with their generosity, who pay their bills and their taxes, and who are not deadbeats, cheats, frauds, or criminals. These same good people, some of whom have acquired significant wealth by their own hard work or that of their forebears, are legitimately concerned about the success of an American litigation system which sometimes more Continue reading