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Asset Protection - Uniform Voidable Transaction Act

The fraudulent transfer laws are really old, as in truly ancient -- nearly 2,500 years, and the most important provisions have survived into modern times.

The Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act is the most widely adopted statute in the United States (including Ohio and Florida) addressing fraudulent transfer law. In a nutshell, fraudulent transfer law permits creditors to void a debtor’s transaction in two situations: when a debtor engages in a transaction with the intent to hinder, delay or defraud any creditor, or when a debtor makes a transfer without receiving “reasonably equivalent value” under certain conditions.

Jay has been one of the best-known asset protection planners for the last 20 years -- and one of the fiercest critics of improper asset protection planning. Please join us as we explore the estate planning implications of the Uniform Voidable Transactions Act for estate planning professionals.

5:15 pm - Networking (Cash Bar)
6:00 pm - Dinner and Program
7:30 pm - Meeting Concludes

Wednesday, September 19, 2018
5:15 PM - 7:30 PM


The Tampa Club
41st Floor
101 East Kennedy Blvd
Tampa   FL   33602
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Speaker Profiles


Jay Adkisson is an attorney who practices in the areas of creditor-debtor litigation, asset protection and wealth preservation, and captive insurance companies and insurance/reinsurance litigation. He is also columnist for Forbes.com. Jay is perhaps best known as the creator of Quatloos.com, and as a book author and popular legal and financial speaker on a variety of topics. He has twice been an expert witness to the U.S. Senate Finance Committee.

Jay earned his Juris Doctor degree, with honors, from the University of Oklahoma in 1988, and was a member of the Oklahoma Law Review. He has been admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Oklahoma (1989), Texas (1993), California (2007), Nevada (2012), Arizona (2012), the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th, 9th, 10th, and 11th Circuits, and numerous federal district courts nationwide. Jay also frequently acts as an expert witness in various areas, and occasionally as a court-appointed receiver.

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Non-Member $45.00
Through  September 19 $45.00