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Protecting Assets in a Divorce

  Channels: Practice Development | Posted 5/4/2016

Statistics show that half of marriages end in divorce. Financial consequences can be significant. OJM Group principal David Mandell, JD, MBA, discusses how physicians can protect their assets in the pre-marital and the marital stages in the event of a divorce. Always contact local counsel before taking any action.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
David B. Mandell, JD, MBA is a principal of OJM Group, author and renowned authority in the fields of risk management, asset protection and financial planning. Mr. Mandell is co-author of more than 10 books for physicians, including For Doctors Only: A Guide to Working Less and Building More, Wealth Protection Planning for Dermatologists and the Category I CME Monograph Risk Management for the Practicing Physician. He has also published articles in more than 50 medical publications, and has addressed many of the nation's leading medical conferences.

Mr. Mandell graduated with honors from Harvard University. His law degree is from the UCLA School of Law, where he was awarded the American Jurisprudence Award for achievement in legal ethics. While at UCLA, he also earned an MBA from the Anderson School of Management.

Asset Protection • Business • Legal Issues


ABOUT THE AUTHOR
David B. Mandell, JD, MBA is a principal of OJM Group, author and renowned authority in the fields of risk management, asset protection and financial planning. Mr. Mandell is co-author of more than 10 books for physicians, including For Doctors Only: A Guide to Working Less and Building More, Wealth Protection Planning for Dermatologists and the Category I CME Monograph Risk Management for the Practicing Physician. He has also published articles in more than 50 medical publications, and has addressed many of the nation's leading medical conferences.

Mr. Mandell graduated with honors from Harvard University. His law degree is from the UCLA School of Law, where he was awarded the American Jurisprudence Award for achievement in legal ethics. While at UCLA, he also earned an MBA from the Anderson School of Management.