Attorney at Law and Rule 31 listed General Civil and Family Mediator
5141 Virginia Way, Suite 210
Brentwood, Tennessee 37027
Spanning three decades, Lee Horn’s legal career has provided him with great opportunity to focus on complex legal issues of various sorts. His practice began with a concentration in federal tax planning, primarily in the employee benefits area and estate planning area. His expanding legal career directed him toward a family business practice and health care law as a result of many estate planning clients owning a family business or practicing medicine. Living in Music City, he has represented several clients in the entertainment industry owning unique assets, including royalties. Many of the estate plans generated by Lee have now matured with great results. Part of his work experience includes a position as in-house legal counsel for a health care provider, where he gained a specialized knowledge of health care compliance and regulatory matters. He has worked in both a large regional law firm setting as well as smaller local firms. Lee has also served as a Vice President of a national trust company where he worked with financial advisors and clients regarding charitable trusts, personal estate and trust matters and corporate trusts. Lee’s experience includes complex estate planning, representation of high net worth families, health care transactions, compliance and regulations, taxation, business transactions, real estate matters, employee benefits, trust administration and probate. He has also managed several businesses. Lee has completed a certification program in mediation to include general civil mediation as well as family mediation.
Lee is a graduate of the University of Alabama, with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, and a graduate of the University of Alabama School of Law. Following law school, Lee earned his Master of Legal Letters (in Taxation) from New York University. Lee has also attended Lipscomb University for post graduate work in mediation. He is a member of both the Alabama and Tennessee State Bar Associations, and he is admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court.
Lee’s involvement in various civic and professional organizations in the middle Tennessee area is vast. Lee has been elected by his peers to serve in leadership positions of local professional organizations, including the Planned Giving Council of Middle Tennessee, and civic organizations such as the Tennessee Chapter of the ALS Association. He is a member of the Middle Tennessee Estate Planning Council and various bar associations. He has volunteered with numerous non-profit entities, including Boy Scouts of America. He has also lectured at several seminars regarding various topics.