Patton Albertson & Miller Adds New Advisor To Support Clients' Financial Health

Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Justin Smith
Justin Smith

Patton Albertson & Miller welcomes a new advisor to the Chattanooga firm, Justin Smith. With 11 years of banking and trust experience, Mr. Smith is the newest client advisor at Patton Albertson & Miller, which is a fee-only, financial management firm providing comprehensive wealth management and trust services to individuals, families, institutions, physicians and business owners.

“Justin is an incredible asset to our firm with his experience assisting clients throughout the Southeast,” said Jimmy Patton, founding partner and CEO of Patton Albertson & Miller. “His proven record of helping clients achieve their outcomes combined with his dedication to his hometown make him an excellent addition to our team.”

Patton Albertson & Miller serves individuals and families throughout the United States, with offices in Atlanta, Macon, Ga., and Chattanooga. Based at the Chattanooga office, Mr. Smith will contribute his talent for developing trusted relationships to help his clients reach their financial goals. He especially enjoys working with entrepreneurs and business owners to set them up for success, said officials. 

Mr. Smith, who is a native of Signal Mountain, said he is committed to helping his clients and community reach their full potential. He participates in the Young Professionals of Chattanooga, The Muse of Fire Project, Friends of the Library and The Chattanooga Estate Planning Council. A graduate of Belhaven University, Mr. Smith currently provides feedback and guidance in his role on the UTC Planned Giving Advisory Council.



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