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How even well intended actions without legal backup can go awry

Henry Fielding wrote in The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling, 'It is not enough that your designs, nay that your actions, are intrinsically good, you must take care they shall appear so.'

There have been a number of decisions recently where acting with the best of intentions, but without considering the legal foundation for those actions, has led to unexpected reprimands by the courts.

To read more about one of these cautionary tales go to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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