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by Jacob Stein OrthodontlcProductsOnline.com, April/May 2007
Although orthodontists represent only 7% of all dentists in the United States, they face a disproportionately large number of malpractice lawsuits. This is true for anyone in the medical field who performs a large number of procedures.
by Jacob Stein Plastic Surgery Products Magazine, February 2007
This article provides a comprehensive overview of asset protection for doctors. It focuses on the most practical asset protection strategies and examines the most commonly used structures. For each asset type, different alternatives are discussed and compared.
by Jacob Stein California Trusts and Estates Quarterly, Winter 2007
In this well-received article, Jacob Stein examines the crucial role that trusts play in asset protection and advises on how trusts should be drafted to maximize their asset protection effectiveness. The article also includes a thorough examination of foreign trusts and recent cases in that arena.
by Jacob Stein RIA, Business Entities Magazine, September/October 2006
One of the most comprehensive articles ever written on charging orders. The article examines charging order history, variances in state laws, uniform laws and various concerns.
by Jacob Stein Los Angeles Lawyer, June 2006
In this exhaustive article, Jacob Stein examines such issues as LLC charging orders, series LLCs, foreign LLC structures, drafting issues and tax planning concerns. This article is an exhaustive reference on many LLC issues.
by Jacob Stein California CPA, August 2005
From the time limited liability companies came into prominence, practitioners have been working to maximize their asset protection, business flexibility and tax advantages, among other benefits.
by Jacob Stein Orange County Lawyer, August 2003
Jack was fast approaching his "golden" years, and following the advice of his attorney/CPA/financial planner was looking to diversify his only asset, a 30,000 square-foot shopping center. Having made his living off real estate, Jack was not interested in pork belly futures, blue-chip stocks or aircraft leases; hewas looking to diversify into real estate.
Here are the most commonly used structures in asset protection. Click each to learn more.