Practice Areas: Estate Planning & Probate, Tax Advice & Controversy, Planning for High Net Worth Families with Closely Held Businesses, Non-Profit Law
Alicia Braker is a member of the ShuffieldLowman Estate Planning/Probate team and the Tax Law group. Ever-seeking legal updates and new information, she prides herself in staying on the cutting edge of information that serves to help her clients.
With a great deal of recognition already under her belt as a student, she earned law school Book Awards in the courses of Estate and Gift Tax, Wills and Trusts, Business Entities, and Evidence; Dean’s List placement; Merit Scholarships; and participated in the pro bono honor program at Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center in Ft. Lauderdale. Alicia earned her Master of Laws degree in Taxation from University of Florida, Levin College of Law last year. She loves to learn, and the fact that the law is always changing is a fascinating challenge for her.
Alicia’s experience encompasses a strong understanding of the complex needs of taxation, including prior work to help organizations attain their 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt status, and on guardianship and probate issues. With a passion for client interaction, Alicia considers herself fortunate for the opportunity to use her ability to listen to their needs. She loves working with clients as both an advocate and counselor to help them resolve issues and find opportunities. Alicia holds her family relationships as her highest priority and also enjoys cooking and visiting the Disney parks.
Admitted to bar, October 2013, Florida.
University of Central Florida (B.S., in Legal Studies, 2010; Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center (J.D., Magna Cum Laude, 2013); University of Florida College of Law (LL.M in Taxation, 2014).