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Estate Planning and Asset Protection for Physicians

At Milvidskiy Law Group P.C., we understand the unique challenges and opportunities faced by medical professionals when it comes to estate planning and asset protection. Our comprehensive services are tailored to meet the specific needs of physicians, ensuring that their assets are protected and their estates are efficiently managed.

Estate and Tax Planning

Physicians often face complex financial situations that require careful planning to minimize tax liabilities and ensure the smooth transfer of assets. Our experienced attorneys will work with you to create a customized estate plan that addresses your specific needs, including wills, trusts, and advanced healthcare directives. We focus on maximizing your estate’s value while minimizing potential tax burdens.

Purchase and Sale of Medical or Dental Practices

Buying or selling a medical or dental practice involves numerous legal and financial considerations. Our attorneys can provide guidance through every step of the transaction process, from initial valuation to final sale, to ensure that your interests are protected and that the transaction is structured in a way that aligns with your long-term financial goals.

Asset Protection

Physicians are often targets for lawsuits, making asset protection a critical component of their financial planning. We employ a variety of legal strategies to safeguard your assets from potential claims. Our attorneys can help you establish trusts, create holding structures, and implement other measures to ensure that your wealth is protected.

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Business Organizations and Holding Structures

Establishing the right business structure is essential for both asset protection and operational efficiency. We can assist in creating business organizations and holding structures that offer privacy and protection, including Wyoming Family Limited Partnerships and Limited Liability Companies. These structures can help shield your assets from creditors while providing a solid foundation for your business and personal holdings.

Management Services Organizations (MSOs)

Management Services Organizations (MSOs) offer a strategic approach to managing the administrative and non-medical functions of a medical practice. By utilizing MSOs, physicians can focus more on patient care while the MSO handles business operations such as billing, human resources, and compliance. Our attorneys can assist in establishing and structuring MSOs to ensure regulatory compliance and operational efficiency, enhancing the overall performance and profitability of your practice.

Business Succession Planning

Planning for the future of your medical practice is crucial to ensure its continuity and success. Our attorneys can help you develop a comprehensive succession plan that addresses the transfer of ownership and management responsibilities, to ensure that your practice can continue to thrive even after you step down, protecting your legacy and securing the future for your family.

At Milvidskiy Law Group P.C., we bring years of experience to help physicians navigate the complexities of estate planning and asset protection. Our attorneys understand the unique needs of medical professionals and are committed to providing tailored, practical solutions. Contact us today to discover how our expertise can help safeguard your assets and ensure a secure financial future for you and your family.

Frequently Asked Questions

Real estate syndication is a partnership between investors to pool their capital and expertise to acquire, manage, and profit from real estate properties. Typically, syndications involve a syndicator or sponsor who identifies and manages the investment, while passive investors provide the capital.

Real estate syndications often use structures such as limited partnerships (LPs) or limited liability companies (LLCs). In these structures, the syndicator acts as the general partner (GP) or managing member, and the investors are limited partners (LPs) or passive members.

Real estate syndications must comply with federal securities laws, particularly Regulation D of the Securities Act of 1933. Commonly used exemptions include Rule 506(b) and Rule 506(c), which allow the syndicator to raise capital without registering the offering with the SEC, provided certain conditions are met.

Non-compliance with SEC regulations can result in severe consequences, including fines, penalties, and legal action by the SEC. Additionally, investors may have the right to rescind their investment, forcing the syndicator to return the invested funds, which could be financially devastating.

An accredited investor is defined by the SEC as an individual or entity that meets specific financial criteria. For individuals, this generally means having a net worth exceeding $1 million (excluding primary residence) or an annual income of over $200,000 ($300,000 for joint income) in the last two years with the expectation of the same income level in the current year.

Under Rule 506(c), syndicators must take reasonable steps to verify the accredited investor status of their investors. This can include reviewing documentation such as tax returns, bank statements, or obtaining written confirmation from a licensed professional, such as an attorney or CPA. Rule 506(b) does not require verification but limits the number of non-accredited investors to 35, who must be sophisticated.

The syndicator is responsible for identifying and acquiring the property, securing financing, managing the investment, and ensuring compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements. They are also tasked with communicating regularly with investors and distributing profits according to the syndication agreement.

Returns in a real estate syndication are usually distributed according to the terms outlined in the syndication agreement. This typically includes a preferred return to investors, followed by a split of any additional profits between the investors and the syndicator, often referred to as the “promote” or “carried interest.”

Real estate syndications carry several risks, including market risk, property management risk, and financial risk. Market risk involves changes in the real estate market that could affect property values and rental income. Property management risk pertains to the effectiveness of the syndicator’s management. Financial risk includes the possibility of the syndication not generating the expected returns, which could result in financial losses for investors.

What Our Clients Are Saying

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My husband and I had a very positive experience working with the Milvidskiy Law Group. They were very knowledge and professional and an overall pleasure to work with. I strongly recommend using this law firm.

Barbara W.

The Milvidskiy team was incredible and I am so grateful for their timeliness, compassion, and patience during such a difficult time for our family. During our time at the hospital, many people talked to us instead of speaking with us, however, their legal team was the exception. I am very impressed with how they navigated the tense situation with some of our family members and felt that their empathy was heartwarming. I will be forever grateful for their help ensuring our grandfather’s wishes were listened to and will be honored.

Thomas B.

Mr. Milvidskiy and his staffs are so professional and helpful all the time. I recommend them highly to anyone.

Phoebi L.

My experience with the Milvidskiy Law Group was a positive one. They were always available to answer any of my questions. If I did have to leave a message or email a question/concern they would always respond back in a reasonable amount of time. I would recommend this Law group!

Teresa W.

This firm was wonderful and I highly recommend them. They took the time to explain everything to me as I set up my Estare plan. They answered all my questions and did not pressure me into anything I didnt want it need. I feel very at ease and relieved that this was taken care. I also know they remain there if I have any questions down the road. All I have to do is call. Best thing I did this year!!

Susan C.

We were very impressed with the serviced we received from the Milvidskiy Firm. They were responsive and very professional. They delivered as promised. We highly recommend them! Their fees are quite reasonable.

Rose F.

Highly recommend using the services of Milvidskiy Law Group! We were pleased with the level of service, knowledge and forward thinking. Mr. Milvidskiy offered creative and thoughtful ideas for us. Thank you!

Elena A.

Estate Planning can be a complicated and technical endeavor for most individuals like myself and my wife. In additon, finding a competent Estate Planner can be equally difficult. However from the outset we were quickly assured that we had selected the right firm to handle all our Estate needs. Our attorney,Andre, and his assistant, Pamela, emphasized, that in order for a plan to be successful, it must be understood in it’s entirerty and it needs to meet all the individual concerns of the client. In that vein technical aspects were explained in laymans terms and all our questions were not only encourgaged but answered fully to our satisfaction. We’ve had experiences with other law firms but by far we found the Milvidskiy Law Group to be Professional, Trustworthy, Experienced In the Law and Genuinely interested in the welfare of their clients.

Sal M.

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