Williams Parker is pleased to introduce its updated Florida Relocation Guide. Designed to be practical and relevant, the guide explains how to establish Florida residency to take full advantage of Florida’s favorable tax structure and asset protection laws. It includes guidance on Florida’s homestead exemption and state and local taxes, as well as local education, healthcare, and amenities information.
A digital version of Williams Parker’s relocation guide is available at williamsparker.com/relocationguide. The firm also publishes a Residential Inspection Guide to help buyers, sellers, and their real estate agents better understand the intricacies of the inspection and repair procedures to avoid pitfalls and successfully close their deals. The inspection guide is available online at williamsparker.com/inspection. To request hard copies of either guide, please contact the firm’s marketing department at email@example.com or (941) 366-4800.
Since the firm’s founding in 1925, it has helped new residents navigate legal issues in matters concerning real estate, Florida residency, estate and tax planning, and business relocation and succession. Its attorneys, many of whom are board certified by The Florida Bar, have significant experience in the areas of foreign investments, corporate law, labor and employment, healthcare, and litigation. The firm also serves clients’ needs globally through its membership in Ally Law, an international alliance of law firms, whose 60 member firms include more than 2,300 lawyers in 100 business centers throughout 40 countries.