South Florida Trusts and Estates Attorney here to help you achieve your goals.

My mission is simple: provide clients with first-rate service and a true concern for their issues.  This means I do not pressure my clients or recommend services they don’t need.  It means that I am available for them, that I listen to their needs, and that find a solution that works.   My clients know I will personally handle their matter with the utmost care and diligence.  Whether you are actively looking for counsel or just window-shopping, schedule a free consultation today to see how I can help.

Sean C. Lucas, Esquire is an attorney practicing in Miami, Florida.  His practice focuses on estate planning and small business advice.  Mr. Lucas attended Wake Forest University, where he received his Bachelor of Science in Business.  After college, he worked as office manager for a Park Avenue law firm.  Mr. Lucas graduated from the University of Miami School of Law, receiving both his Juris Doctor (2010) and Masters of Laws in Taxation (2013).  While pursuing his J.D., Mr. Lucas concentrated his studies on business and financial law.  During his LL.M. program, his studies centered around the taxation of business entities as well as federal trust and estate tax planning.  Between law school and his  LL.M program, Mr. Lucas worked for the Honorable Donald L. Graham, Federal District Judge for the Southern District of Florida.  Mr. Lucas also held a summer internship with the Honorable Mary F. Walrath in the United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Delaware.  Since finishing law school, Mr. Lucas’ experience includes working with multi-family offices (MFOs), trust companies, and private equity.  Mr. Lucas is a member of the Florida Bar and the State of New York Bar.

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