Buhrman Law Firm, P.C. Announces New Firm And Location

Friday, April 13, 2012

Richard W. Buhrman and John R. Buhrman, formerly of Buhrman & Associates, P.C., announce the name of their new firm, Buhrman Law Firm, P.C. and its new location at the Terrace at Frazier Building, 345 Frazier Avenue, Suite 210, Chattanooga, Tn. 37405.

Buhrman Law Firm P.C. is a father and son law firm that focuses mainly in the areas of estate planning, wills and trusts, estate and probate administration, conservatorships and guardianships, business law, tax law and elder law.

Richard was born and raised in Chattanooga and has practiced law in Chattanooga since 1966 and has been the owner of his own firm since 1972.  Richard went to high school and college locally in Chattanooga, graduating from Chattanooga High School in 1959 and the University of Chattanooga in 1963 receiving a double A.B. in Honors English and in Mathematics. He was the Cadet Battalion Commander of the Army R.O.T.C. unit at UC and a Distinguished Military Graduate. He received a regular Army Commission as a Second Lieutenant in Armor upon graduation, and served three years active duty from 1966-1969. He received his LL.B. from the Duke University School of Law in 1966 and his LL.M. degree in taxation from the George Washington University School of Law in 1970. In evaluations by other attorneys and judges published by Martindale-Hubble, Richard holds the highest possible rating (referred to as an "A-V" rating.)

Richard is married to Judy Ullenberg Buhrman, whom he met in high school, and they have three adult children, Tom, Audrey and John, as well as five grandchildren, Graham, Rosemary, Cameron, Sadie and Ryan.

John was also born and raised in Chattanooga. He was active in the Boy Scouts growing up and earned his Eagle Scout Award. John graduated from the Baylor High School, received his undergraduate degree from Villanova University, and his law degree from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University.  In law school, John earned the Book Award in his estate planning class for the highest grade. Prior to joining his father's law practice in 2002, he worked for two years with UBS Trust Company (formerly Bradford Trust Company).  John is married to Julie Whittington Buhrman and they have two daughters, Cameron and Sadie.

They may reached at 266-5691 or via email at rwb@buhrmanlaw.com (Richard) and jrb@buhrmanlaw.com (John) and their website address is www.buhrmanlaw.com.

 


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