Barry A. Nelson

Barry
A. Nelson
Founder,
Law Offices of Nelson & Nelson P.A.
Articles
Protecting Trusts From Claims Of Alimony or Child Support
Barry A. Nelson presents a Florida case of which estate planners should be aware
Update: Are Trust Funds Safe From Claims For Alimony or Child Support?
Parents who want a child’s inheritance to pass into a trust, rather than outright, often seek to prevent the child’s former spouse from reaching such assets in the event of divorce.
Are Trust Funds Safe From Claims For Alimony or Child Support? 
Barry A. Nelson addresses the wild variance in how individual states handle the issue of protecting trust funds from claims for alimony or child support
Throw Me From The Train
The death tax repeal sunsets in 2011. What should your clients tell their families?
Throw Me From the Train
My message is not for the easily offended, but, in the closing months of 2008, I feel this must be said: Congress still has not done anything about the
You Already May Be An Asset Protection Lawyer
The mere words asset protection make some lawyers wince.1 They think asset protection is dirty and those engaged in it are the ambulance chasers of the
Florida Surprise
To stop individuals who are on the verge of filing for bankruptcy from moving their wealth to states with laws that might better help them keep their
Custom Bond Valuations Can Save Clients Money
Barry A. Nelson, a Florida bar board certified tax attorney in the North Miami Beach, Fla., writes: Recently, I was approached by the personal representative
Repeal Really Could Happen
Why is it that so many secretaries and mid-level employees believe the estate tax should be permanently repealed? How is it that the gay and lesbian community
Florida Homestead Traps
People should think carefully before deciding to move to Florida to take advantage of the state's favorable asset protection laws. Attorneys and advisors
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