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Estate Planning

Bob Napier has advised individuals, families, and foundations for over 25 years.  His counsel has been described as conservative and creative.

Estate Administration

Together, Bob and his partners and paralegals have over 1,500 years of combined experience in estate planning and estate administration. This experience involved successfully resolving controversies and audits with state tax authorities and the IRS.

Philanthropic Planning

Bob has advised many families on maximizing tax deductions and in support of the needs of their families and communities. Philanthropy may benefit the world, save you significant taxes, and make your family ever closer.

Robert T. Napier

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Spring 2023

To CPT or Not to CPT - That is the Question

Florida has enacted a law of great significance. This new law will allow a married couple to own appreciated assets in a special trust, called a Florida Community Property Trust, or CPT. After the death of the first spouse, all unrealized capital gains in the trust’s portfolio are eliminated. Many couples are considering using this […]
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Winter 2023

The 25-Year Fumble

"Fools ignore complexity … Geniuses remove it."
A fearsome wide receiver in the NFL, Keyshawn Johnson learned a bitter lesson last year: he was no match for the taxman. His legal battle dogged him for much of his adult life and serves now as a cautionary tale for others. In 1996, Johnson signed a $15 million contract with the New York Jets. […]
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Fall 2022

Hunker Down – Or Take Action?

"Delays have dangerous ends."
Dressed in camo and bristling with weapons and ammunition, 20 soldiers were holed up with a handful of civilians in an abandoned building, bracing for an attack sometime around midnight. In the distance, we could hear the crack of gunfire and see the bright orange flares of exploding grenades. Moment by moment, the enemy was […]
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