Welcome to the website of Kenneth Edelman, P.A.
Kenneth Edelman is an attorney with his own law firm, Kenneth Edelman, P.A., located in Boca Raton, Florida, facilitating the needs of clients in the South Florida area. His practice focuses primarily on estate, tax and asset protection planning, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, as well as on business succession planning for individuals and families, guardianships, elder law, real estate and corporate law.
Kenneth has over twenty-five years of experience helping clients develop plans for tax savings, transfer of wealth through generations, and charitable giving. He also prepares clients for the potential disability issues, and works to protect clients’ estates from abuse and mismanagement. In addition, Kenneth often works with your accountant, financial advisor, insurance agent and other professionals, allowing all of your advisors to participate and be kept fully informed as to your estate planning.
Prior to starting his own firm, Kenneth managed the trusts and estates and tax practices for the Palm Beach County offices of Arnstein & Lehr, LLP and Broad and Cassel. Kenneth received a Masters in Tax Law (LL.M.) from New York University School of Law.
"I always tailor my services to suit my clients’ specific needs... I listen, then act."
More couples are marrying later, accumulating more assets, and, for a second or third marriage, want to protect their own children's share of their wealth, without having it pass to the spouse's children. As an estate planning attorney who specializes in estate planning in Boca Raton, I typically recommend a prenuptial in that situation.
I'm even preparing prenuptial agreements for grandparents (who are remarrying), and who maybe in the past wouldn't have considered one. In addition, I also receive requests from children concerned about parents who are remarrying, as well as from parents who plan to transfer wealth to their children and are concerned with protecting their wealth. I have been quoted on prenuptial agreements by Judy Martel, in her book, Dilemmas of Family Wealth.