Richard S. Bryson has over 20 years of experience with trusts, estates, business formation and representation, asset protection, incapacity planning, elder law and tax planning. Richard is a contributing author to many legal, tax and financial publications. In addition, he has provided lectures and presentations to hundreds of organizations and forums on estate planning, asset protection and elder law issues.
Richard is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, State Bar of Georgia Fiduciary Section, Gwinnett County Bar Association’s Estate Planning and Probate Section, former co-chair of the Tax Section of the Chicago Bar Association, former co-chair of the Elder Law Committee of the State Bar of Georgia and proud Eagle Scout. When he’s not working, Richard enjoys traveling and spending quality time with his wife and children.
His practice specializes in the areas of asset protection, tax planning, wealth management, elder law and probate and trust administration.
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