Trusts & Estates
A Comment on the Ethics of Fraudulent Conveyances
By: Professor Denis Kleinfeld, Esq.
A discussion, albeit in brief form, of a narrow issue on the application of the ethical rules on a lawyer providing services in circumstances where the client is engaging in actions which may allow a third-party non-client to be afforded rights under the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act.
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