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    Posted: 27/March/2015 at 13:21
A friend has been sentenced to community service. Stupid enough to fool around with a minor a few years back.
now she's of age and my friend is married with a child and another on the way, a new man.shortly before this was finalised at the magistrates, he had for other financial reasons transferred his assets to his wifes name.
in the event of a civil suit, are the assets protected?
any advice would be appreciated and also welcome legal practitioners details who specialise in the area. Many thanks

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