Three significant hires last week are just the latest in a recent trend that suggests local and national firms are looking to capitalize on Florida’s growing and aging population.

In the past week, midsize firms in New York, Florida and Tennessee all found ways to capitalize on the migration of money and wealth to the Sunshine State via lateral hiring and office openings in tax planning, trusts and estates, and private wealth practices.

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