The Tools of Domestic and International Asset Protection

2:45 PM - 3:45 PM

This session will offer an overview of the various methods available to U.S. citizens  to achieve Asset Protection. The Tools of Domestic and International Asset Protection study is designed to help professionals: (i) understand the fundamentals of fraudulent transfer law; (ii) identify the U.S. state-law methods for exempting a client’s assets from the claims of future creditors; (iii) understand the vulnerabilities of limited partnerships and limited liability companies as asset protection tools; (iv) name the primary differences between U.S. and foreign protective trusts and the basic steps of implementing a foreign protective trust; (v) understand the primary differences in offshore trust jurisdictions and when it is appropriate to “import the law” verses “export the assets"; and (vi) identify the primary U.S. tax filings applicable to a foreign trust structure.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand asset protection
  • Have a general understanding of bankruptcy and fraudulent transfer
  • Receive an overview of protected assets and various protection structures

Session Content Level: Advanced