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Asset Protection

Under present law, the annual amount which you can give to any done which is excluded from gift tax is $15,000.

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Under present law the Unified Credit is $5,490,000. 

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No. Only spouses can own property as Tenants by the Entirety. Additionally, upon the death of one of the owners in each of a Tenancy by the Entirety and Tenancy with Right of Survivorship, the property passes to the remaining owner; in a Tenancy in Common, the deceased owner’s share generally passes as designated in the deed or by such tenant’s estate planning documents.

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In general, there are six assets that statutorily protected which are homestead (up ½ acre in a city or municipality and 160 outside); qualified retirement plans and IRA’s, life insurance, annuities and wages (with a number of caveats). Property owned as Tenants by the Entirety is also generally exempt from creditor attachment in Florida.

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An LLC makes an election at the beginning of its existence to be taxed as either a C Corporation, an S Corporation, a disregarded entity or a partnership for federal tax purposes. If no election is made then the default choice is a Partnership.

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Unfortunately, this is a complex questions that is very much dependent on your personal circumstances. Please contact our office for a confidential, free consultation to discuss.

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Asset Protection

Under present law, the annual amount which you can give to any done which is excluded from gift tax is $15,000.

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Under present law the Unified Credit is $5,490,000. 

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In general, there are six assets that statutorily protected which are homestead (up ½ acre in a city or municipality and 160 outside); qualified retirement plans and IRA’s, life insurance, annuities and wages (with a number of caveats). Property owned as Tenants by the Entirety is also generally exempt from creditor attachment in Florida.

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No. Only spouses can own property as Tenants by the Entirety. Additionally, upon the death of one of the owners in each of a Tenancy by the Entirety and Tenancy with Right of Survivorship, the property passes to the remaining owner; in a Tenancy in Common, the deceased owner’s share generally passes as designated in the deed or by such tenant’s estate planning documents.

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Unfortunately, this is a complex questions that is very much dependent on your personal circumstances. Please contact our office for a confidential, free consultation to discuss.

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