Asset protection attorney Jay Adkisson writes in Forbes: “For some reason, planners are compelled to title things in their client’s names. Be it the John Doe Trust or the John Doe LLC, or even the John Doe Family Limited Partnership, client’s names are showing up in legal documents that are publicly filed or publicly referenced in one form or another. From an asset protection planning viewpoint, this practice is remarkably stupid.”
In Naming Trusts And Entities, Quit Using The Client’s Name!
By On the Net|2016-12-13T20:33:36-08:00February 1st, 2012|
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