Dear Clients, Colleagues, and Friends,
Thanks to an Alaskan Supreme Court ruling made on March 2, 2018, it’s become clear that if you are not a resident of the state under which you establish a domestic asset protection trust (DAPT), the DAPT won’t protect your assets from lawsuit and thus, may not be worth the paper it is written on. The following article, which was chosen by Kiplinger for its online Wealth Creation column, will provide you with insights to this ruling and solutions to consider. The Kiplinger article can be found here.
Jeffrey M. Verdon, Esq.
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