Fraudulent Conveyance Actions Provide a Tool for Asset Recoveries
By Michael Goldman, Senior Managing Director, KCP Advisory Group LLC
Fraudulent conveyance is a legal concept involving the transfer of property for less than equivalent value to defeat a creditor’s ability to collect from its debtor. Whether a fraudulent conveyance has occurred is highly dependent on the facts and circumstances of the case.
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Michael Goldman is a senior managing director of KCP Advisory Group LLC. He has been qualified in both state and federal courts as an expert witness in cases involving fraud, solvency, fairness, commercial damages, marital dissolutions, valuation issues, professional malpractice, and bankruptcy issues. He is a CPA, has an MBA, and holds CVA, CFE, and CFF certifications. Previously, Goldman was a professor at the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management and designed courses in the school’s corporate education division.