About the Author
Alan R. Eber received his Juris Doctorate from the State University of New York, his Master of Law in Taxation (LL.M.) from New York University, and studied international taxation at the University of Brussels. He is admitted to the state bars of New York and California. His firm website is: AssetProtectionLaw.com. The International part of his practice is on OffshoreProtectionTrust.com.
Mr. Eber practices law in the fields of foreign and domestic asset protection and estate planning, trusts, business structuring, and wealth strategies. He is a pioneer in the asset protection field and a highly sought after speaker on estate and wealth planning and protection.
Since 1974, Mr. Eber has assisted clients in establishing a wide variety of wealth preservation structures. Mr. Eber's books on basic asset protection, family limited partnerships and offshore planning have been adopted by the Education Foundation of the California Society of Certified Public Accountants ("Foundation") and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) for use in California and throughout the United States for professional education classes. His eight-hour course on basic asset protection was introduced to the Foundation in 1994 and was sponsored by them for presentation to their members over 45 times in the following four years. He is the author of numerous articles concerning asset protection techniques. His article "The Asset Protection Strategist" has become a classic for both the lay and professional reader. Currently, Mr. Eber is presenting seminars on Advanced Asset Protection and Techniques and Domestic and International Trusts for the National Business Institute (NBI), the Lorman Group, and numerous other groups. In 2009, Mr. Eber formed Eber & Nichols, a firm focused in helping Coachella Valley developers and wealthy individuals in the Palm Springs area protect their holdings.