Forster & Boughman
Gary Forster & Eric C. Boughman
Gary is the author of two books. In 2013, he wrote Asset Protection for Professionals, Entrepreneurs and Investors, a guide to asset protection strategies for clients and their financial advisors, now in its second edition. This year Gary finished the first edition of The U.S. Estate and Gift Tax and the Non-Citizen. This new book explains how resident and non-resident foreign nationals are impacted by the U.S. Estate and Gift Tax.
Eric also volunteers as a Guardian ad Litem with the Orange County Legal Aid Society. He is rated AV – Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell and regularly publishes articles and makes presentations in the areas of asset protection and real estate law.
Another Orlando law firm is stepping up big for the residents of Puert Rico.
By Jacob Engels @ Central Florida Post
Attorneys and their families from the Orlando-based law firm of Forster Boughman & Lefkowitz (www.fbl-law.com) volunteered their weekends to “Orlando Cares – Help for Puerto Rico” at the Orange County Convention Center.
The Attorneys and their Families Prepared and Packaged Meals
For Delivery to the Island
Orlando, FL – Attorneys and their families from the Orlando-based law firm of Forster Boughman & Lefkowitz (www.fbl-law.com) volunteered their time this past weekend to “Orlando Cares – Help for Puerto Rico” at the Orange County Convention Center.
Article written for: BizJournals.com
An Overview of Refinements to The Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act
The Uniform Voidable Transactions Act (UVTA) was recently adopted by the Uniform Law Commission (Commission) as the successor to the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act (UFTA). UFTA was itself an update of its predecessor, the Uniform Fraudulent Conveyance Act (UFCA). UFCA was revised to conform the Act to the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978. UVTA resolves several “narrowly-defined issues.” UVTA Prefatory Note 5 (2014).
Article written for: Accounting Today
Limited liability companies have become the entity of choice for small business owners and are commonly utilized by professionals in asset protection planning.
Choosing to use the LLC over (for example) a corporation may be prudent but raises the question of where to form the LLC. There are several factors to consider in deciding where to establish the entity. Picking the right LLC jurisdiction may be as important as the decision to use an LLC.