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Estate Planning and Probate Issues Seminar Presented by Dean Mead

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Dean Mead Attorney Joseph Naberhaus
Published: February 19th, 2019

By: Robert J. Naberhaus III Joseph K. Naberhaus

Dean Mead’s Estate & Succession Planning Department presents an educational seminar on Estate Planning and Probate Issues You Need to Know Attorneys Robert J. Naberhaus III and Joseph K. Naberhaus will provide details and impacts of important estate planning and probate issues. Subjects presented during the seminar will include: Estate Planning Aspects of Retirement Plans […]

Estate Planning Implications Under The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

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Published: December 22nd, 2017

By: Brian M. Malec Matthew J. Ahearn

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 […]

“Pitfalls and Traps to Avoid in Estate Planning” – Seminar on Nov. 5th

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Please Join Us on Thursday, Nov. 5th for a Seminar at the Orange County Bar Assn. Top 10 (or so) Mistakes We See in Estate Planning – and Tips to Avoid Them! There are a variety of pitfalls, traps and missteps that practitioners and clients can make during the estate planning and administration process, any of […]

Who Benefits From The Benefits: You May Be Surprised

Published: February 18th, 2015

By: Joseph “Jay” Van Heyde II Darryl M. Bloodworth

Most employees today receive various benefits from their employers in addition to their salary. Such benefits often include employer paid group life insurance, a 401(k)/profit sharing plan, defined benefit pension plan, tax deferred annuity or other deferred compensation plan. These benefits are frequently a significant part of an employee’s compensation and, over time, may be […]


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Published: August 29th, 2013

By: Matthew J. Ahearn

Today, the United States Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service issued a very significant and consequential ruling, Revenue Ruling 2013-17, addressing tax issues arising from the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision of U.S. v. Windsor, 133 S. Ct. 2675, issued on June 26, 2013. For federal tax purposes, the IRS will now recognize all same-sex […]

2011 Florida Legislative Update Seminar – Materials

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Published: July 8th, 2011

By: Matthew J. Ahearn

For those of you who were unable to attend our recent seminar covering Florida’s new estate planning legislation, we have posted our materials on our website.  We hope you find them useful.

Florida Legislation Regarding Inherited IRAs and LLCs – Update

Published: June 1st, 2011

By: Brian M. Malec

Yesterday, Governor Rick Scott signed into law House Bill 253, regarding limited liability companies, and House Bill 469, regarding Inherited IRAs.  We reviewed those Bills in a post on May 4.

Florida Legislation Regarding Inherited IRAs and LLCs

Published: May 4th, 2011

By: Lauren Y. Detzel Brian M. Malec

The following article was recently submitted to Leimberg Information Services by Lauren Detzel and Brian Malec, contributors to this blog. Leimberg Article Executive Summary: In LISI Asset Protection Planning Newsletter #173, we reported on Florida’s legislative efforts to statutorily protect inherited IRAs from the claims of creditors of a debtor beneficiary under Florida state law. […]