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Asset Protection in Florida covers all facets of asset preservation for Florida residents. The manual provides comprehensive analysis of the many steps available to protect assets from creditors' claims, both during your lifetime and at death. Among the many topics covered are homestead, trusts (both domestic and offshore), business planning, planning for dissolution of marriage, protection of retirement and education accounts, and the ethical aspects of advising clients on asset protection issues. Bankruptcy issues and tax planning are prominently featured throughout the text.
Highlights of the Sixth Edition include:
- Updated case law, statutes, rules, regulations, etc.
- Hot Topics:
- Asset protection provided with Florida corporations and the 2019 Florida Legislature’s substantial amendments to F.S. Chapter 607, effective January 1, 2020.
- Full and complete exemption from ad valorem taxes as to the homestead real property for totally and permanently disabled first responders under F.S. 196.102.
- Damage to homestead due to misfortune or calamity, including homesteads significantly damaged or destroyed as a result of a named tropical storm or hurricane under new F.S. 193.155(8)(m).
- Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and financial disclosure of deceased spousal unused exclusion amount and lifetime taxable gifts.
- Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and the income tax effect of alimony.
- Discussion of newly enacted "safe harbor" statute, F.S. 732.7025, for the waiver of spousal homestead rights through a deed.
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Table of contents
1. Fraudulent Transfers And Conversions And Ethical Considerations
Keith S. Kromash
2. General Exemptions From Creditors
Michael S. Singer
3. Retirement and Other Tax Preferred Savings Accounts
Richard R. Gans
4. Asset Protection Provided With Florida Business Entities
Thomas O. Wells
5. Homestead: Creditor Issues
Barry A. Nelson
6. Homestead: Non-Creditor Issues
Charles Ian Nash
7. Creditors' Rights To Assets In Trust
Jerome L. Wolf
8. Section 529 Arrangements
Charles Ian Nash
9. Relationship Dissolution Planning
M. Travis Hayes and Robert L. Lancaster
10. Offshore Asset Protection Trusts
James J. Flick and Jonathan E. Gopman