There are trusts that can help to make it very hard to attach assets. This is the point where a very good trust attorney may be worth the investment. Jim,I hadn't thought of that. I don't have a lot of money to protect; just enough, by my calculations. Earlier in the year I had thought about talking to a "financial adviser" about this issue, but I couldn't convince myself it would be money well spent. I didn't want to get into a situation where I was trying to protect my investments and the advisor was trying to get his/her hands on them to the exclusion of solving my actual problem. I do need to update/replace my will. Maybe I can kill two birds with one lawyer. :)Any other ideas would be appreciated. I would think it would be a common issue for this group.Hedge
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