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Ike Devji
Ike Devji
Asset Protection attorney Ike Devji has 11 years of exceptionally focused Asset Protection law practice and helps protect a national client base of over 4,500 clients and over $5 billion in protected assets. He is a frequent author, speaker and educator on these issues (CLE and CME) across the U.S.
 

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May 31, 2011 2:18 pm
I have been fortunate to work with some of the most successful people in America through the course of my career. All of them excel at something; medicine, business, real-estate development, science, and even the arts. What this vastly diverse crowd has in common (besides money) though are a set of traits that have made them not only good at what they do but wealthy and successful by any standard...  Read More
May 19, 2011 6:59 pm
Two recent articles caught my attention and brought into focus many of the topics I write about and address through planning for Physicians across the country. The first was a nationally published article on the highest paying jobs in the United States that ran in various incarnations in a variety of news sources. That article listed a number of professions and the average income from each of...  Read More
May 12, 2011 12:37 pm
By Ike Devji, J.D. | May 10, 2011 A recurring liability I address in asset-protection planning for doctors surrounds the sale or purchase of a medical practice. Most conflict and losses that arise from the purchase of a medical practice result from a combination of mismatched expectations between buyer and seller, a lapse in due diligence by either party, or the failure of one of the parties...  Read More
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