ORLANDO, FL (February 24, 2021) – As of January 1, Mateer & Harbert, P.A. is pleased to announce that Joseph M. Percopo became a shareholder. Percopo’s practice is expressly focused on all areas of estate, asset, business and tax law planning.
David Evans, CEO and President of the firm notes: “Joe is a practical, smart and highly strategic advisor who has proven time and again his ability to protect and preserve client wealth.” Evans continued: “I have seen Percopo’s work and appreciate his unwavering dedication to clients and colleagues alike. I also value his meticulous attention to detail, intellectual prowess, unflappable demeanor and respectful style as a counsellor and colleague.”
On his promotion to shareholder, Percopo said: “I feel privileged and grateful to have achieved shareholder rank. My goal is always serve as a grounded, pragmatic, compassionate and highly effectual advisor to myriad families, individuals and businesses throughout Florida and beyond. Regardless of the complexity of the challenge ahead or the end-game my client desires to achieve, I focus on ensuring my clients are protected, leaving them with the knowledge that everything has been taken care of… correctly and the first time around.”
Licensed to practice in Florida and New York, Percopo is a graduate of Florida State University College of Law (top 3% of class with highest honors and The Order of the Coif), where he was a member of the Mock Trial team, Managing Editor of the Business Review, an Associate Justice for the Florida State University Student Supreme Court, and the first president of The Florida Bar YLD Law Student Division. After law school, Percopo earned a Master of Laws in Taxation from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, where he served as Graduate Editor of the Florida Tax Review.