Lawyers are Liars
“The Truth about Protecting Our Assets”
Are all Lawyers Liars? Of course not! But some lawyers are, and others who are not lawyers use that charge to sell the unsuspecting public asset protection structures or strategies that are outright lies. Until now, no other professional has been willing to call out the frauds and cheats in this powerful industry, where self-professed experts and do-it-yourself hacks wreak havoc on the innocent just wanting to protect their assets.
Mark J. Kohler exposes the liars and tells us the truth! In Lawyers are Liars, Mark explains the strategies that actually work to protect our assets and uses more than 270 footnotes to do it, quoting and referencing the true experts around the country. This book will, undoubtedly, become a desktop resource for anyone wanting to protect his or her assets, as well as attorneys, estate planners and financial professionals guiding their clients through this complex area of the law.
What people are saying ….
“I don’t even know where to start. I thought that I was pretty savvy when it came to legal and investment strategies. I now realize how I have been trained to believe inaccurate information in order to fatten the bank accounts of those who sell financial products and services. MARK IS A ROCK STAR!!!!! This is a MUST READ, for anyone who sincerely wishes to maximize and protect their assets. Great gift for those you love!” Stacey Maxwell, Palos Heights, IL
“This book really opened my eyes and I want to thank Mark J. Kohler for writing it. It’s not snake oil or rocket science just good advice and a lot of cold hard facts and you don’t have to be a rich business owner to benefit from it. Some people have some idea about asset protection but it’s being half educated that gets us in trouble right? The fact is that most of us have no idea about what strategies work and which ones are right for us so I recommend this book to everyone.” Kurtis K. Crampton, L.A. County, CA
“I am a higher education lawyer who has learned this the hard way: Lawyers should never be afraid to say what they do NOT know, and they should not be ashamed to learn from other lawyers. Even though I know a lot about risk management in the post-secondary world, I knew less than a lot about asset protection itself – until I read Mark’s book. Other lawyers would do well to get off their professional high-horse (driven by secret professional and sometimes personal insecurity), get past the (yes, too numerous) typos and grammatical errors, and the (yes, too gratuitous) title of this book…and learn some great things for their clients and for themselves.” Linda Rawles, Mesa, AZ