Named New President
Williams Parker, the oldest independent law firm in Sarasota, named trust and estate attorney Ric Gregoria president.
Gregoria succeeds William Seider, who has been the firm's president for the past nine years. The transition is part of the firm's longterm succession plan.
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Florida's sunny weather and low taxes attract many people. Florida residents do not pay state income tax or state gift tax, and there is no state inheritance tax. Like individuals, most businesses are not subject to state income tax. Florida's fantastic tax climate, combined with its favorable asset protection laws, makes the area a very desirable place to live and work.
This guide explains how to establish Florida residency (sometimes referred to as "domicile"), which is what you must do to take full advantage of Florida's favorable tax structure. This guide also provides specific, practical information to help you relocate to the Sunshine State.
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Attorney Joins Center
for Architecture Sarasota Board
James-Allen McPheeters, an attorney with the law firm of Williams Parker, has been elected to the Center for Architecture Sarasota’s Board of Directors. The Center for Architecture Sarasota aspires to advance education and promote public engagement with architecture through a program of tours, exhibitions, lectures, films, and other special events.
Mr. McPheeters represents clients in general business matters, mergers and acquisitions, asset structuring, and insolvency issues.