Buhrman Law Firm, P.C. - Chattanooga TN Estate Planning Lawyers

Buhrman Law Firm, P.C. is a father-son law firm that practices in the areas of estate planning, wills, trusts, probate, trust and estate administration, business law, tax issues, conservatorships and guardianships, elder law, Special Needs Trusts and planning, and VA benefits. We can represent clients in Tennessee and Georgia. By being a small firm that practices exclusively in the areas mentioned above, we can offer you efficient and reliable legal services, at a reasonable price. Call 423-266-5691 or Send Us an Email.

Buhrman Law Firm, P.C.

After graduating getting Law Degrees from Duke University and George Washington University, Richard Buhrman started his own law firm in 1972. His son John Buhrman joined the practice in 2002. Learn more about these dedicated Chattanooga Lawyers.

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When the media want to know about estate planning, they call Chattanooga Lawyers Richard and John Buhrman.
Buhrman Law Firm, P.C. Announces New Firm And Location
Hamilton County Herald
Richard Buhrman has served the Chattanooga Community for 45 years.
Duke University Estate Planning Council Names Scholarship After Richard Buhrman 
15 Reasons for Estate Planning other than Tax Issues
  1. Planning for the disposition of your assets upon your death
  2. Asset protection planning
  3. Planning for marital and other dissolutions
  4. Planning for physical disability
  5. Planning for incompetence
  6. Business succession planning
  7. Using business entities to accomplish non-tax objectives
  8. Charitable giving
  9. Retirement planning
  10. Planning for life insurance protection
  11. Fiduciary litigation
  12. Planning when you have property in more than one state
  13. Planning for children with disabilities
  14. Planning for spendthrift beneficiaries
  15. Planning when you own property in another country

Buhrman Law Blog

  1. Estate Planning Post Divorce

  2. When you first make contact with an attorney to take on the task of doing your estate planning, do not be overwhelmed with the amount of information they need from you.  It may seem daunting, but if you can at least provide the basics, they can usually get the missing pieces they need from you by a short, simple conversation.

  3. To head off disputes among your heirs, decide now who gets what.

    Your heirs are more likely to fight over keepsakes than money.

  4. 12 Estate Planning Questions That Might Make You Squirm

    Article on things to think about before you make a will.

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