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Ike Devji, JD

Ike Devji, JD

Ike Devji, JD helps protect a national client base of over 3,000 clients with nearly $6 billion in personal assets, including thousands of physicians of all types. The attorney speaks and writes on wealth preservation and asset protection nationally. E-mail him here.

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Misclassifying an employee as an independent contractor has serious ramifications for medical practices. Make sure you know the distinction.

Physicians face a wide variety of exposures beyond medical malpractice claims including both labor and tax claims for misclassified contractors.

Many doctors are working on selling their practices. Here are four common legal areas that could pose problems.

Becoming a guarantor for medical student loans can place undue strains upon family income and assets. Develop a plan first, before committing to help a loved one.

Carrying and using a weapon for self defense while in a professional environment can bring grave consequences; both for physicians and their institutions. Be aware of legal provisions in your state.

Many physicians travel and volunteer their services. However, if you plan to deduct your volunteer-related expenses, there are rules that you should know about.

One of the biggest challenges facing physicians in obtaining asset protection is selecting qualified counsel. Make sure you do your due diligence.

Asset protection is a vital part of every physician's essential legal and financial plan; unfortunately, most doctors don't know how to pick the right legal help.

Despite higher than average incomes and education one asset that physicians surprisingly often fail to protect is their credit.

Offshore or international asset protection trusts can be safe, predictable, and effective, under the right conditions for physicians.

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