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  • Description
    Minimizing a client’s exposure to risk in advance of a risk presenting itself is a key role for any attorney. Asset protection is just one method of doing so. This CLE course will present planning strategies and solutions whether with business entities, or domestic and foreign trusts. The course will explain how to properly structure asset protection to shield clients using protective measures which anticipate potential issues. Potential protection structures, creditor solutions and issues relating to fraudulent transfer claims will all be discussed.
  • Instructor Bio

    Eli Akhavan

    Eli Akhavan is the Chair of CKR Law's Private Clients and Wealth Preservation Group.

    Eli focuses his practice on domestic and international estate, asset protection and tax planning for high net-worth individuals and their families. Eli's clients include executives, real estate owners and professionals, nursing home operators, professional athletes, entrepreneurs, owners of closely-held businesses and hedge fund and private equity professionals. Additionally, Eli represents family offices in their tax, estate and business succession planning needs.

    In protecting his clients' interests, Eli offers sophisticated counsel on the following matters:

    • U.S. and international taxation
    • Business succession planning
    • Domestic and foreign asset protection trusts and companies
    • Charitable planning
    • Tax-Exempt Entities
    • Federal and state tax audits

    Eli incorporates his income tax expertise into his client's estate plans and advises on sophisticated techniques such as captive insurance companies, private placement life insurance, and 1031 exchanges.

    Eli is a widely published author, having authored numerous articles for publications such as Trusts & Estates, Probate & Property, and various other publications. Additionally, Eli frequently lectures before accountants and financial advisors on asset protection and estate planning topics and has also served as an adjunct professor at St. John's University School of Law teaching International Taxation.