GDB Law Practical Guides: Offshore Asset Protection08/17/2020
Asset protection is defined as the safeguarding of wealth and assets from attack by future, unsecured creditors. These assets may include liquid assets, securities, real estate, business interests, professional practices, works of art, intellectual property, cars, boats, jewelry and virtually anything of value.The attorneys in Gallet Dreyer & Berkey’s Asset Protection Practice use both U.S. and foreign law to create secure, impenetrable barriers around your assets. Learn more about offshore asset protection by browsing the articles below.
A Guide to Offshore Asset Protection
- How and Why to Protect Your Assets
- The Paradise Papers and the New Norm of Offshore “Secrecy”
- The Panama Papers: Effective Asset Protection Should Not Be Compromised by Lack of Banking Secrecy
- Is Offshore Asset Protection Still Viable?
- Liechtenstein: Still an Excellent Jurisdiction for Tax-Compliant Offshore Planning
- Foreign Trust Survives Creditor Challenge
- Offshore Trusts Survive Threats from the IRS, Repatriation and Contempt
- Equity Stripping
- Offshore Planning in a Transparent World
- Offshore Asset Protection & the New IRS Traps
- The U.S. Taxpayer and the Foreign Trust
Contact Asher Rubinstein of Gallet Dreyer & Berkey's Asset Protection Practice for more information.
See also our Practical Guides to Asset Protection for Doctors, and Asset Protection for Real Estate Investors, Builders and Landlords.