D. W. "Craig" Dreyer, Esq.
Craig has represented clients throughout the state of Florida. He has a J.D. and masters in tax law from the University of Miami. He is licensed in both Florida and Ohio. He is an experienced probate lawyer and estate planning, attorney.
Craig was born in Cleveland, OH, but moved to Stuart, Florida before his first birthday. He grew up in Stuart, FL and attended Saint Edwards High school in Vero Beach, FL. He is an active member of the community. President and frequent speaker of the Martin County Estate Planning Council and also is a member of the Board of Directors for the House of Hope, a non-profit, in Martin County, FL.
His practice focuses primarily in the areas of estate planning, probate administration, trust administration, and business counseling. Craig advises clients on a broad array of estate planning techniques and counsels clients through the probate and trust administration process. He routinely handles estates of all sizes and complexities from very modest summary administrations to extremely large probate estates involving significant assets with complex family and business structures.
In addition, he often advises clients on probate avoidance, deeds, domicile, and representing clients in disputed trust or probate administration matters including Florida elective share litigation. Craig also has significant experience forming investment entities, handling real estate investments, and representing clients before the IRS.
- Florida State Bar
- J.D. & LL.M Taxation - The University of Miami School of law, 2006
- B.S. Finance - Clemson University, 2002