Nathan R. Brown focuses his practice on counseling wealthy individuals and families in the development and implementation of suitable estate planning strategies to maximize and protect the transfer of wealth to future generations. Nathan also guides executors and trustees through the estate and trust administration process.
Nathan has a wealth of experience in advanced estate planning techniques, including irrevocable insurance trusts, grantor retained annuity trusts, sales to defective grantor trusts, inter vivos qualified terminable interest property trusts, family limited partnerships, as well as all aspects of estate and trust administration and preparing Federal Estate Tax Returns.
Martindale Hubbell, AV Rated
American College of Trust & Estate Counsel (ACTEC Young Leader for the Class of 2017-2019)
American Bar Association (Real Property, Trust and Estate Section – Trust & Estate Fellow for the Fellows Class of 2015-2017)
American Bar Association (Real Property, Trust & Estate Section – Chair of the Business Investment Entities, Partnerships, LLCs & Corporations Committee and Vice Chair of the Estate and Gift Tax Committee)
Florida Fellows Institute of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (Member of the 2015-2017 Inaugural Class)
Greater Boca Raton Estate Planning Council (Member)
University of Florida Levin College of Law, LLM, 2011, Richard B. Stephens Award Recipient
University of Maine School of Law, JD, summa cum laude, 2010
University of Southern Maine, BA, cum laude, 2007
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