University of Louisville, Louis B. Brandeis School of Law, J.D., 2011
University of East London, London, England (Joint program with Asbury College), Masters in Philosophy of Economics, 2000
Asbury College, Wilmore, Kentucky, B.A., 1998
- Major: Accounting
- Minor: Business Management and Economics
My main practice areas are estate planning & administration, business formation & planning, and business succession planning.
I am a straightforward guy and I desire to treat each individual with integrity. I never sell an estate planning product that will not be beneficial to my clients, and I provide multiple options to my clients to find the best fit for their unique situation.
One of my goals for my clients is to provide peace of mind as they address their mortality and plan for their loved ones' financial futures. I endeavor to treat a client's needs with as much care as I would my own, providing detailed explanations of simple and complicated planning opportunities to meet each client's specific need.
My career provides me the opportunity to serve others through advising on complicated legal and tax issues. I am driven to provide a quality product and service; I believe that all people are important and have unique estate planning preferences.
I have worked for seven years as an estate planning attorney. This experience has provided me the opportunity to learn the nuances of the law and provide tailored planning opportunities to clients.
Prior to attending law school, my wife Mindy and I spent approximately two years as missionaries in Uganda, East Africa. My time spent in Uganda helped me to learn the value of building relationships with people, whether in a conference room or standing in the grocery store checkout line. Additionally, I have worked twelve years in the estate planning department of various law firms and experienced first-hand how important those relationships are when discussing future plans.
- Fayette County Bar Association
- Kentucky Bar Association
- Ky Bar Association Probate and Trust Law Section