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Brad Gould Speaks at ABA Tax Section Meeting

Published: June 1st, 2018

By: Brad Gould

Orlando, Fla. – Florida Super Lawyers recently announced that 21 Dean Mead attorneys have been named to the publication’s annual list of top-ranked lawyers including five attorneys who are selected as rising stars in Florida for 2018. The honorees are among a diverse list of the top attorneys, nominated by their own peers. No more […]

Brad Gould Speaks at ABA Tax Section Meeting

Published: June 1st, 2018

By: Brad Gould

Fort Pierce, Fla. – Brad Gould – a shareholder at the law firm of Dean, Mead, Minton & Zwemer – was the moderator of two panel discussions at the American Bar Association (ABA) Tax Section Meeting on May 11 – 12, 2018 in Washington, D.C. The topic was titled, Choice of Entity Under the 2017 […]

Upcoming Dean Mead Seminar: Trustees Beware – Discussion of Duties and Dangers

Published: May 16th, 2018

By: Joseph K. Naberhaus Robert J. Naberhaus III

Dean Mead’s Estate & Succession Planning Department presents an educational seminar on  Trustees Beware – Discussion of Duties and Dangers  Trustees have numerous responsibilities in the administration of a trust. There are many situations where a trustee can trip up and unknowingly expose itself to liability. Using case studies, attorneys Robert J. Naberhaus III and […]

Fort Pierce Attorneys Featured on WQCS “Start-Up Talk” Radio Show

Published: March 1st, 2018

By: Michael D. Minton Dana M. Apfelbaum

WQCS Treasure Coast radio listeners heard a recent segment featuring attorneys, Dana Apfelbaum and Michael Minton on the “Start-Up Talk” news program broadcast from Indian River State College. Tom Kindred interviewed Apfelbaum and Minton about the new legislation taking shape on the heels of Tax Reform being signed into law, and the impact to local businesses.  Check it […]

Dean Mead Hosts “Tax Reform Seminar” at Indian River State College on Feb. 22nd

Sweeping Changes You Need to Know About the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Review Outline here: Tax Symposium in Fort Pierce Thursday, February 22, 2018 Registration opens: 7:45 a.m.      (Light Breakfast for Everyone) Program: 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Location: Indian River State College – Main Campus, V Building Kight Center for Emerging Technologies 3209 […]

Standing-Room Only Tax Reform Seminar Series Kicks Off in Orlando

Published: February 5th, 2018

Dean Mead kicked-off the statewide Tax Cuts & Jobs Act seminar series last week at the Country Club of Orlando with nearly 200 people in attendance.  Please refer to the video presentations below to view the two sessions that were held during the seminar. In addition, we have also included copies of the presentation outlines & slides for your review. […]

Orlando to Host “Tax Reform” Seminar on Jan. 31: Sweeping Changes You Need to Know

Please join Dean Mead’s Tax and Estate Planning attorneys for a special seminar on Wednesday, January 31st at the Country Club of Orlando. Sweeping Changes You Need to Know About the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Wednesday, January 31st Registration:  7:45 a.m. Breakfast:  8:00 a.m. Program:   8:15 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Location:  The Country Club […]

Estate Planning Implications Under The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

Published: December 22nd, 2017

By: Matthew J. Ahearn Brian M. Malec

In their first major legislative victory since President Trump took office, the GOP passed through the House and Senate earlier this week what is touted to be the most extensive reform of the U.S. tax system since 1986. President Trump officially signed the bill into law this morning before leaving Washington for Mar-A-Lago. This Article […]

Details Matter: Probate Litigation Edition

Published: November 30th, 2017

By: Brad Gould

Last year, we posted an article concerning United Bank v. Estate of Frazee, a Fourth District Court of Appeals probate case where an attorney for a creditor failed to comply with Florida’s e-filing rules.  The failure to comply with procedural rules in probate cases has once again arisen in Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeals, […]