Palm Beach Gardens,, Florida (PressExposure) August 27, 2011 -- Clark Skatoff PA is pleased to announce that Craig Dreyer has joined the firm as an associate attorney. Mr. Dreyer handles estate planning for families and business owners, probate and trust administration, probate and trust litigation, and tax matters.
Mr. Dreyer is a native of Stuart, Florida. Mr. Dreyer attended the University of Miami Law School for his Juris Doctor, and also for his Masters Degree in Taxation (LLM Taxation). Prior to joining Clark Skatoff, Mr. Dreyer was an associate attorney in the trusts and estate department of the national law firm McDonald Hopkins, based in Ohio. Mr. Dreyer is an author and speaker on estate planning topics. He most recently gave the "New Estate Tax and Heckerling Update" to the Martin County Estate Planning Council, in Stuart Florida. Mr. Dreyer will be based in the firm's Palm Beach Gardens and Stuart offices.
Clark Skatoff PA is an A-V rated, Florida trust and estate law firm, practicing in the areas of estate planning, probate and trust administration, probate and trust litigation, tax planning and tax litigation. The firm routinely handles some of the largest and most complex probate and trust disputes in Florida. The firm handles estate planning for some of the largest closely held businesses in the state. The firm also handles matters of any size on a routine basis.
Please contact the firm's Managing Partner, Jeffrey Skatoff, at (561) 842-4868, or firstname.lastname@example.org. The firm's websites are at clarkskatoff.com and at floridaprobatetrustlaw.com.
Attorney Jeffrey Skatoff practices in the areas of Florida probate, estate litigation, estate planning and taxation.
In the estate planning area, Mr. Skatoff regularly prepares estate plans of all complexities, for young families with minor children, to owners of large, complex, multistate businesses, including those with international aspects.
In the probate area, Mr. Skatoff oversees the administration of dozens of probate and trust estates each year in Florida, from simple estates to very large and complex taxable estates, often with assets throughout the globe.