Thank you for your question.
Sorry, the ONLY persons who can own a professional corporation
are those who are licensed for that specific profession. If a corporation is one of the owners, it must also be owned by ONLY persons thus licensed.
The only exceptions I have seen are allowances for spouses to own essentially an "income only" interest in a law practice
or medical practice professional corporation after the licensed spouse dies, to allow inheritance and retirement benefit rights to survive.
The best protections from creditors in Florida for a professional corporation are:
1. Impeccable professional performance to minimize the chances of even bogus malpractice claims;
2. A deep pocket of insurance coverage to satisfy all but the most greedy or the most grievously-harmed; and
3. Putting assets into exempt classifications such as the homestead, so they are not reachable by creditors anyway. This can backfire if so much money is taken out of the business
that it cannot meet its obligations OR its reasonably foreseeable tort liabilities. See #2 above.
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