Back to top




13640 W. Colonial Drive, Suite 130H
Winter Garden, FL 34787


623 Ponce de Leon Ave., Suite B302
Hato Rey, PR 00917

Legal Services

NAVARRO ACEVEDO provides a wide range of services to individuals and businesses in a variety of industries. At NAVARRO ACEVEDO, we strive to meet each client's specific needs in planning for the future and achieving their goals in an ever-changing financial and regulatory environment.

Our professional services include:

Estate and Trust Planning

Effective estate and trust planning can ensure financial security for loved ones. For businesses, it can maintain a smooth succession of ownership. NAVARRO ACEVEDO's role is to help you navigate the complex and shifting tax laws to facilitate the transfer of assets and minimize the tax liability of your beneficiaries. Everyone should have a well-thought-out plan as to how to distribute the assets left in one's estate so as to avoid complications and to be sure that the individual’s wishes are followed. Having your taxes and estate thoroughly and carefully planned will ensure that your loved ones don't have any complications to deal with during a time of loss.

Entity Selection and Structuring

Your business entity has a large impact on your taxes and other liabilities. From your company's inception through its growth and development, NAVARRO ACEVEDO can advise you on choosing an entity type and later structuring if advantageous. With our knowledge and expertise, you will always be receiving the most advantageous entity type for the functions your business performs.

IRS Representation

Professional representation can be vital during an audit, and our experience with tax authorities enables us to guide clients in their dealings with federal and state agencies. If you have been chosen for an audit, the professional representation you can find with our firm can put many of your worries at bay. We are ready and willing to answer any and all questions the IRS may be asking of you.

Estates and Trusts Litigation

Estates and Trusts Litigation is the practice of law involving the resolution and, if necessary, litigation of trust, estate, and protective proceedings. Our specific areas of focus in Trusts and Estates Litigation include will contests, claims or defense of claims of breaches of fiduciary duties by trustees and other fiduciaries (e.g., self-dealing, conflicts of interest, breach of trust), accountings, petitions for court instructions, issues of trust modification, reformation or decanting, allegations or protection from allegations of undue influence or fraudulent conveyances, and interpretation, advocacy, or defense of testamentary capacity and decedent’s intent. Our practice of Trusts and Estates also includes litigation prevention, which is of utmost importance in planning for someone’s death. Although clients vary widely by case and include corporate or individual fiduciaries, such as trustees, executors, administrators, guardians, and conservators, we focus on helping personal representatives (executors), will beneficiaries and heirs ascertain that they comply with legal requirements and obligations and protect their rights.

Employee Rights – Plaintiffs

Florida does not recognize a wrongful termination cause of action because it is an at-will employment state. Essentially, employers in an at-will employment jurisdiction may terminate, discipline and demote employees for no reason at all or for any reason. However, employees that are subject to an adverse employment action (i.e. termination) have a cause of action if the employer engaged in illegal conduct. Some causes of action recognized in Florida include discrimination (race, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status), retaliation for engaging in protected conduct (i.e. complaining, reporting or objecting about discrimination), retaliation for whistleblowing, for complaining about being due overtime or wages, or for testifying against the employer, among others. An employee may also have a breach of contract cause of action if you have a contract with the employer. Finally, even if nothing illegal happened, many employers will discuss a severance agreement with an employment attorney hired to negotiate with them. Therefore, the best course of action when terminated, particularly where you believe there was no just cause, is to contact an attorney who handles employment law to discuss your options.

Information Request for Services Listed Above