Well, the new case has opened a new way for creditors to attempt to access these asssets in litgation. However, the court's ruling was limited to one of three IRAs which was a self directed IRA. In this case, the court found that the defendant's violation of rules contained in the Internal Revenue Code were the source of the Plaintiff's ability to reach these assets.
HINT: In the event that you have a self directed rather than a traditional IRA, be sure to observe all of the rules related to prohibited parties, and prohibited transactions to maintain your creditor protection.
David M. Frees III, Esquire
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Hi Mr. Frees, Could you please provide me with the cite for the case you reference regarding IRA's and creditors rights in Florida? Many thanks, Audra Lazarus
by audra lazarus November 3, 2009 at 09:54 AM
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