Most attorneys don’t know squat about asset protection, a subject that is very important to inspectors. Most attorneys are too hung up on preparing to win a lawsuit instead of preparing to lose one. Too many inspectors end up paying through the nose to beat a lawsuit. What a waste.
I’d much rather pay nearly nothing and keep my money. I take certain strategic actions to cause the plaintiffs to think they about to hit the jackpot, which in turn causes the plaintiff to spend more of their money trying to win. Then, after enticing the plaintiffs to pay to fight through every roadblock I put up, I eventually permit the plaintiffs to win the judgment. Then I take more strategic actions to cause the plaintiff to think they are about to collect the jackpot, which in turn causes the plaintiff to spend even more money trying to collect. After years of this, when they finally get to the finish line, exhausted, and often penniless, it is only then that I find it in my heart to inform them that all the money they spent is all for not, because I’m totally collection proof. I know, I’m evil :twisted:.
One way to lose a small fortune… is to sue me and win.
One way to lose a large fortune… is to sue me and win, then try to collect.