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|Subject: Re: Judgment proofing investments||Date: 9/29/2007 12:06 AM|
|Author: Imaginistics||Number: 1098 of 1751|
Sorry Hedge, I read your post too fast..I thought you
meant create a portfolio that will be safe/bulletproof from
bad judgement (chasing the latest high return funds, etc..) oops :-) I see you're worried about someone suing you..yes researching the
laws on what's shielded and what's not, as you have been doing, seems like a good idea if you are worried about your risk of a judgement in court against you...
I'm sorry to hear about your health problems...good luck..and I did read someone online recently how it can be a long wait before some fed agencies ack what you have...which sucks..but the good news is sometimes its "late" which is better than "never" as far as they
might eventually accept your situation as qualifying for disability at some future point..good luck with that.
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