Ben Pierman has devoted his practice to fiduciary litigation, assisting clients involved in disputes concerning trusts, estates, and wills. Additionally, Ben represents clients in guardianship and conservatorship proceedings, both uncontested and contested.
Ben began his legal career with the Georgia Attorney General’s Office in the Post-Conviction Litigation section. During his public service, Ben had the honor of representing the State in numerous oral arguments before the Georgia Supreme Court and in Superior Courts throughout Georgia.
Outside the office, Ben and his wife Sherrell are busy with their two children, volunteering with Labrador Friends of the South, and enjoying the great outdoors.
We are pleased to share that Jason Ornduff has been appointed to serve on the firm’s Board of Executives, effective September 12, 2023.
Elizabeth Garlovsky and Tiffany McKenzie explain why you’ll want to add provisions regarding tangible personal property, such as furniture, vehicles, electronics, and jewelry, to your will or trust to ensure smooth inheritance, prevent disputes, and help distribute sentimental items as you wish.