Tag Archive for Asset Protection

Analyzing In Re Portnoy (Asset Protection Case)

In re Portnoy, 201 B.R. 685 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y., 1996) — a 1996 Bankruptcy case – was the first in a series of decisions with a foreign asset protection trust. As with most foreign trust cases, the fact pattern alludes to several areas of law – asset protection, bankruptcy, conflict of laws and trusts. Here are the relevant events in chronological order.

3/87: Portnoy guarantees all loans and debt of his company Mary Drawers (MD) Read more

Who Should Form A Captive Insurance Company?

I’m pleased to announce that, in conjunction with the great people at the TaxConnections website, we’ve published a new book on captive insurance titled “Who Should Form a Captive Insurance Company?”.  You can buy a copy HERE.  Cost: $4.98.

To help potential captive owners and professionals determine if forming a captive is the right decision for them, I’ve written the “10 questions” one of which is, “Have I started an asset protection plan?”

The phrase “asset protection” is bandied about a great deal. There are websites that claim to provide “asset protection” advice and services, various companies who continually tell us about the importance of asset protection and numerous books that help Read more

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