Our new article published by the Miami Herald, titled “Planning to sell your business? Make sure your assets are protected”, gives entrepreneurs and business owners advice on how to protect the proceeds of the sale of a business.
Patricia Donlevy-Rosen and Howard Rosen, partners of the law firm of Donlevy-Rosen & Rosen, P.A., whose practice focuses on offshore asset protection planning, just returned from their 15th trip to the Cook Islands
Congratulations! You’ve sold your business and the ink has finally dried on your check. Now what? You may have a very specific plan for that money or you may not, but either way it is crucial to protect it. Why? We have often seen the purchaser run the business into the ground and try to […]
Our Uniform Law Commission (ULC) unanimously adopted (this week) the Uniform Voidable Transactions Act.
Attorney Howard Rosen explains civil contempt, the applicable law, and how contempt relates to asset protection planning.
Also discussed is the Bellinger case, a recent decision which reaffirms the right of an individual to set up offshore asset protection planning without the fear of a civil contempt order.
This newsletter discusses contempt of court, and a new case that reaffirms the right to establish offshore trusts without fear of incarceration.
Attorney Howard Rosen will be the featured speaker at a January 21, 2014 meeting of the Estate Planning Council of Manatee County. Howard’s presentation, titled “Asset Protection with Offshore Trusts”, will take place at a lunch meeting beginning at noon at the Bradenton Country Club. One hour of continuing education credit may be available, as […]