About the firm

About the author of this website:

FRANK PATRICK MURPHY, ESQUIRE, B.A., Acc., JD., C.P.A.
1-239-404-6852 (cell), 1-239-390-2077 (voice),1-239-947-6791 (fax)

Lakeland Office (satellite office):                                                                     Bonita Springs Office:
Easton Professional Suites                                                                                 9220 Bonita Beach Rd, Suite 200
206 Easton Dr.                                                                                                     Bonita Springs, Florida 34135
Lakeland, FL 33803                                                                                           (Send mail and court papers
frank@frankmurphyattycpa.com                                                                     to the Bonita address above)

website: frankmurphyattycpa.com
accounting/CPA firm website: bergelinmurphy.com

Frank Murphy is an attorney and a CPA in Florida. He is Board Certified by  the Florida Bar in Wills, Trusts and Estates. He has over 25 years experience in  Estate Planning and in tax matters. He practices extensively in Estate Planning,  Estate Settlements and other tax planning areas; Probate litigation and Civil  Litigation of estate issues; Corporate Law; and Real Estate.

He is the author of two booklets entitled Estate Planning Strategies and  Lawsuits. He is the author of numerous issue papers on specific estate planning  topics.

He is a Member Florida Bar, Real Property, Probate and Trust Law, and  Qualified to Practice as a C.P.A. in Florida.

He attended Stetson University College of Law, Cum Laude, Graduated Cum  Laude at Stetson Law School, Law Review, Editor Law Review, State and Federal  Moot Court, Quarter Final Federal Moot Court, Am.Jur. Book Award, Graduated 2nd  in Class, voted most likely to succeed.

NOTICE: To ensure compliance with requirements imposed by the IRS,  please be informed that any tax advice contained in this communication  (including attachments) is not intended or written to be used, and cannot be  used, for the purpose of avoiding penalties under the Internal Revenue Code.  Neither this document or email nor attachments (if any) to this email are  intended to be used as a basis for any client undertaking any transaction or  matter addressed herein, unless the client first seeks advice based on the  taxpayer’s articular circumstances from an independent tax advisor.