Orlando, Florida — Shuffield, Lowman & Wilson, P.A. attorney Daniel B. Harris will be a featured speaker on the topic of Trusts 101 for the National Business Institute on December 9 at the Crowne Plaza Orlando Downtown. The presentation, designed for attorneys, accountants, trust officers, financial planners and others will cover the topics of revocable living trusts, trusts used for tax reduction, grantor trusts, estate planning for the disabled and ethical considerations. The program provides CLE to attorneys and other continuing education credit in a variety of professional fields.
Harris practices in the areas of estate planning and tax law, representing clients in probate matters, including complex tax planning. He is a former legal assistant with the Eighth Judicial Circuit’s Probate Division in Gainesville, Florida, with detailed estate planning knowledge from the perspective of judicial proceedings. In addition, his experience includes representing clients in connection with creating and maintaining specifically tailored estate plans, various corporate matters related to closely held entities, probate and trust litigation, as well as tax controversy cases before the Internal Revenue Service and the Florida Department of Revenue.
A law graduate of the University of Florida Levin College of Law, Harris holds an Estates & Trusts Practice Certificate, and the Environmental & Land Use Law Certificate. He also holds an advanced law degree, LL.M. in Taxation, from the University of Miami School of Law. Harris has authored articles on taxation, published by The Florida Bar, and he has served as a judge at the National Tax Moot Court competition sponsored by The Florida Bar Tax Section.
Shuffield, Lowman & Wilson, P.A.’s four downtown offices are located in Orlando, Tavares, DeLand and Daytona Beach. The firm is a 33 attorney, full service, business law firm, practicing in the areas of corporate law, estate planning, real estate and litigation. Practice areas include: tax law, securities, mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property, trademarks and copyrights, estate planning and probate, planning for families with closely held businesses, guardianship and elder law, tax controversy – federal and state, non-profit organization law, banking and finance, land use and government law, commercial and civil litigation, fiduciary litigation, construction law, association law, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, labor and employment, environmental law and mediation.