Adam O. Kirwan, J.D., LL.M.

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Adam O. Kirwan, J.D., LL.M. is the founder of The Kirwan Law Firm and the author of the books, The Asset Protection Guide for Florida Physicians, and The Asset Protection Guide for Florida Residents.  The attorneys at The Kirwan Law Firm focus their practice exclusively on a process they call Integrated Wealth Planning which effectively combines estate planning, business planning, tax planning, and asset protection planning.  The Kirwan Law Firm also represents its clients with respect to litigation related to their planning. The firm has extensive experience in working with Florida physicians, business owners, and high net worth individuals and understands the planning issues they face in effectively protecting their assets, not only from law suits but also from problems brought about by the collapse of the Florida real estate market.

Adam lives in Orlando, Florida with his smoking hot wife, Renee, three brilliant, beautiful, and kind children, Savannah David, and Faith, and one of the laziest and sweetest greyhounds you ever met, Glaucon (named after Plato's older brother). Adam is an avid reader, loves writing books of numerous topics, and spending time hanging out with family.

Why Is Asset Protection So Important?

The Florida Asset Protection Trust

The Florida Asset Protection Trust (“FLAPT”)is an irrevocable trust that is sitused (at least initially), in the state of Florida but which is highly flexible to meet the your changing needs. The FLAPT not only provides excellent asset protection, but the protection may even be better than Delaware or Nevada type Trusts. To learn more click here.

Protect Your Income From Creditors.

Protecting your assets is obviously important, but it is also critical to protect your future income. To learn how, click here.

Why The “P.A.” Is The Worst Legal Entity To House Your Medical Practice

P.A.s (professional associations) and P.L.s (professional limited liability companies) are the single worst form of legal entity to house your medical practice; and perversely, this is business entity that most physicians have been told to use by their advisers. This article discusses the problems posed by P.A.s, why so many physicians have them, and what Florida physicians can do to protect the source of your livelihood in these uncertain economic times., click here.

Protect Your Children.

Our children are our most valued asset. To learn how to do customized, intelligent planning to ensure the have the best chance of happiness and success, even if you are not around to guide them yourself, click here.