Lawrence Klitzman has been a member of the Florida Bar since 1980 and the New Jersey Bar since 1981. He received his undergraduate degree from Brandeis University and earned his Juris Doctor degree from University of Miami School of Law. Mr. Klitzman also obtained a Masters of Law degree in taxation from the University of Miami in 1981.
Mr. Klitzman has had extensive experience handling a variety of business, transactional and litigation matters. Throughout his career, Mr. Klitzman has been involved in many significant real estate development transactions, both residential and commercial. He represents the owners of a variety of closely held businesses and professional practices. He has formed business entities in many jurisdictions, both domestic and offshore, including Wyoming, Alaska, Delaware, Nevada, Florida, New Jersey, Anguilla and the Bahamas, to name a few. Mr. Klitzman’s practice includes counseling clients in connection with estate, gift, generation-skipping and income tax matters, generally as they relate to the succession from generation to generation of family businesses and real estate. Mr. Klitzman represents clients in connection with the preparation and administration of wills and trusts and also in the administration of estates. Mr. Klitzman has also served as co-counsel in connection with a number of consumer class action cases. These are cases in which large numbers of consumers are being overcharged a relatively small amount (determined on an individual basis) by large corporations (such as banks and telephone companies) but when combined with others similarly treated constitute a class with a meaningful claim.
Protecting Your Practice: Not Usually Part of Your Medical School Curriculum
- Asset protection strategies for your practice and personal assets
- Legislative, regulatory or organization changes effecting patient care
- “How to Achieve Financial Peace of Mind Through Asset Protection”, GK Mangelsen.
Core Competencies: 4, 5, 7
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