Williams Parker is pleased to announce Colton F. Castro has joined the firm. Mr. Castro will focus on estate planning and estate and trust administration. He received an LL.M. in Taxation, his J.D. and B.A., and an Estate Planning certificate from the University of Florida.
Williams Parker has one of Florida’s largest and most sophisticated estate planning and administration practices. Typically, its practitioners have at least one advanced degree in taxation, accounting, or business, and many have an LL.M. in tax. Many of the firm’s practitioners are also certified by The Florida Bar as specialists in wills, trusts, and estates law or tax law. The firm’s estates and trusts attorneys are regularly engaged to provide the legal framework to address business succession, estate planning, tax planning, and retirement planning goals as part of the smooth transition of clients’ businesses and estates to future owners and beneficiaries. This includes both lifetime and postmortem planning. When necessary, its estate and trust attorneys represent clients, or their fiduciaries, in litigated estate and trust administration proceedings and in tax controversies involving estate and gift tax matters. The firm also has substantial experience working with family offices and a long history of coordinating with non-Florida lawyers and handling the Florida-specific portions of client representations.