As the global COVID-19 public health emergency continues to spread, it is creating challenges for families and businesses worldwide. For the safety of our clients and our staff, the office is currently closed to the public. Although we will be working remotely, we are accepting new clients. We are available for telephone or video conferencing. Please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are here for you.
Still haven’t filed for your Florida based company’s annual report? That’s ok! This year, Due to the concerns over the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, the Florida Division of Corporations has given you an extension until June 30, 2020 to file your annual reports without any late penalties or fees.
When planning your estate, you may decide that in addition to taking care of your family, friends and pets, you also want to donate a portion of your assets to charity. There are a variety of options that will allow you to make charitable contributions to the organizations of your choice, while also providing for your beneficiaries.
If you are single or in an unmarried relationship and do not have children, there is still plenty you can and should do to ensure your property and assets are handled according to your wishes after you die.
If you are creating your estate plan and would like to set up a spendthrift trust to protect one or more of your adult loved ones, consult with an experienced estate planning attorney first. Your attorney can review your objectives, as well as the size of your estate, and help you devise a plan that fulfills your wishes.