Tulsa Asset Protection Attorneys
As lawmakers have created special vehicles for asset protection, the risks associated with asset protection efforts have grown immensely. A poorly designed asset-protection plan can result in significant exposure under the Uniform Fraudulent Transfers Act and other theories of liability. The Firm can advise clients on the formation of trusts where one goal may be to protect wealth from future, unknown liabilities. At the same time, the Firm can advise clients as to the circumstances under which an asset-protection plan may cause more liability than it is worth. In addition, the Firm has a great deal of experience in pursuing claims under the Uniform Fraudulent Transfers Act, and thus can provide particular insight to clients who are considering asset-protection plans.