Karel Ourednik IV

Karel Ourednik IV

Practice areas include estate planning, asset protection, business law, limited liability company law, partnerships, corporations, not for profits, tax law, probate and guardianship.  Admitted to practice in all Florida and Texas state trial courts, Federal Tax Court, and the Federal District Court for the Middle District of Florida.

Law Degrees:

University of Florida with a Master of Laws in Taxation (LL.M.):  tax law program consistently ranked number two in the United States.

Ohio Northern University with a Juris Doctor (J.D.):  received Dean’s list honors and the CALI Excellence for the Future Award.

Graduate Degree:

State University of New York with a Master of Science in Industrial Technology.

Undergraduate Degree:

Brock University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology.

Special Achievements:

Small Business Resource Network Legal Network – 2013 Chairperson.  (Small Business Development Center – University of North Florida).

Full time doctrinal Assistant Professor of Law – Florida Coastal School of Law – Courses taught included first year Property Law and Federal Income Taxation (2008-2009).

Adjunct Professor of Law Florida Coastal School of Law Federal Income Taxation (Fall 2006 to Present).

Instructor – AAA Construction School Lecture on business, estate planning and asset protection issues for Florida contractors and business owners (2006 and 2007).

Panelist on the Florida Real Property, Trust and Probate Section of the Florida Bar Association, Liaison with Law Students (2004 and 2005).

Guest lecturer on the topics of business entity selection and the Florida limited liability company at Florida Coastal School of Law Institute of General Practice (Spring 2005).

Speaker at the Estate Planning Seminar in Ponte Vedra Beach, topics related to understanding the probate process in Florida (October 2004).

Published Author:

The Laws and Rules Governing Trustees, Non-Monetary Aspects of Trust Administration and Keeping the Books – Accounting in Trust Administration, in Fundamentals of Trust Administration (National Business Institute 2012).

Overview and General Issues: Florida Trust Code Parts I, II, and III, in New Trust Code Law (Lorman Education Services 2008).

Creation, Validity, Modification, and Termination of Trust, in New Trust Code Law (Lorman Education Services 2008).

Multidisciplinary Practice and Professional Responsibility after Enron, FLORIDA COASTAL LAW JOURNAL (Spring 2003).

Comparative Study of Air and Water Pollution Levels in the Metal Fabrication, Pulp and Paper and Petrochemical Industries (Spring 1994).

Professional Associations and Memberships:

Florida Bar Association

Texas Bar Association

SBRN – Small Business Resource Network

Northeast Florida Estate Planning Council

Relevant Past Experience:

Tax, business and estate planning attorney for one of Gainesville, Florida’s longest continually operating law firms. Owned and managed a construction company for many years.

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