Miami partner Patrick Lannon, a member of Shutts & Bowen’s Private Client Services practice group, presented to the New Tax Lawyers Committee of the Tax Section of the Florida Bar during their Miami Tax Lunch, held Thursday, January 19, at Shutts’ downtown Miami office.
Patrick’s presentation, titled “Passing LLC Membership Interests without Probate: Domestic & Foreign Issues,” discussed LLCs as estate planning tools, LLCs as business entities, questions posed for designated successors, and the current state of inheritance law.
The New Tax Lawyers Committee includes all regular and affiliate members of the section who have not attained the age of 36 at the beginning of the fiscal year of the section. In addition, any regular or affiliate member of the section who has not practiced tax law for more than 10 years at the beginning of the fiscal year of the section, regardless of age, will be a member of the new tax lawyers committee.
About Patrick J. Lannon
Patrick J. Lannon is a partner with the Miami office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Private Client Services Practice Group. Patrick is Florida Bar Board Certified in Wills, Trusts and Estates. Patrick represents high-net-worth individuals both domestic and international with their estate, asset protection, and charitable planning with a focus on integrating family wealth transfer goals with sophisticated business succession, income, and estate tax planning strategies. He also assists personal representatives, trustees, and beneficiaries with estate and trust administration and advises fiduciaries and beneficiaries in contested or potentially contested trust and estate matters.