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Based in Florida, the law firm of Frese, Whitehead & Anderson, P.A., represents charitable organizations throughout the U.S. that have been named as beneficiaries of Florida estates or trusts. Our lawyers also assist with the formation of charities in this state, including helping such entities secure tax-exempt status and comply with governmental requirements.
In practice since 1989, Frese, Whitehead & Anderson, P.A., has earned a highly respected reputation in the nonprofit community and frequently obtains new cases through referrals. We have represented the following charitable organizations, among others:
- The Salvation Army
- The American Cancer Society
- The Florida Sheriff’s Youth Ranches
- The Humane Society of the United States
- Life Path Hospice
- The International Fellowship of Christians & Jews
- The World Wildlife Fund
- The Wilderness Society
- The American Heart Association
- Boys Town/Father Flanagan’s
Charitable Giving Through Estate Planning
When a Florida resident names a charity as a beneficiary of his or her estate, he or she intends the gift to be nothing but a blessing and benefit. However, that person must be careful to ensure that their gift will not be contested or impose an unintentional burden on the recipient.
At Frese, Whitehead & Anderson, P.A., we have helped our clients donate resources to the causes they care about deeply. We also help charities and personal representatives collaborate to protect the gifts of donors. Our in-depth understanding of Florida estate and trust law, combined with our experience working with a wide variety of charities, makes us a trusted choice for this matter.