Estate planning in Florida involves using legal tools to manage your property and provide for an efficient distribution of your assets. With a comprehensive estate plan, you can take care of your loved ones and minimize the tax consequences and costs associated with probate.
Intellectual property is often the most valuable asset a company or individual has, and yet it is often the least protected. Intellectual property includes many forms of intangible property, such as copyrights, trademarks, patents and trade secrets.
There are many complex issues that can arise in the course of launching a new business, expanding a business, selling a business, or merging with another company. Experienced business attorneys can help businesses navigate today’s complex legal environment.
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