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Ronald Eisenberg has been assisting clients in estate planning, estate and trust administration, intergenerational wealth transfers, taxation, and charitable gift planning matters for over 35 years. He also handles cases involving specialized estate planning issues related to second marriages and working with clients who have residency in two or more states. Ron also handles contested estate and trust matters, such as will contests, breach of fiduciary duty litigation, and representation of the beneficiaries of estates and trusts.

Ron has been recognized by Florida Super Lawyers® magazine (every year since 2013) and named a “Top Lawyer” by Naples Illustrated (2020-2023). He was also Florida Bar Board Certified in Wills, Trusts & Estates for ten years (2009—2019). Prior to joining Henderson Franklin, Ron was chairman of the Estate Planning and Tax Department at a law firm in Minneapolis, Minnesota. There, he was named by local legal publications as a “Super Lawyer” and among the “Top 40” estate planning attorneys.. Ron is a co-author of the Minnesota Estate Administration treatise and has written numerous articles on estate planning topics. He and his wife, Gena, have two children, Aimee and Michael.

Professional and Civic Affiliations

Ron is a fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, a member of the Bonita Springs Area Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Bonita, and co-founded the South Fort Myers High School Band Boosters. He is a former member of Florida Gulf Coast University‘s Planning Giving Advisory Committee and and a former member of Ave Maria School of Law’s Board of Visitors Mentor Program.

Representative Matters

  • Represented the fiduciary of an estate valued at more than $10 million owning properties in the United States, the United Kingdom and Switzerland. Representation included extensive work with tax authorities in the U.K. and Switzerland to establish the inheritance taxes in those countries, and then coordinating those tax matters with the International Desk of the IRS.
  • Extensive estate and tax planning work with several branches of an extended family owning a multi-million dollar closely-held business, to ensure the ownership interests remained within the family and could be transferred to the younger generations with a minimum of estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer taxes.
  • Represented the fiduciary of a multi-million dollar estate being distributed primarily to a variety of local and national charities, including reforming a charitable bequest to ensure that the proper charities received the gift consistent with the decedent’s intentions.

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