Addition of Sean Mumaw completes McBrayer’s formidable estate planning team

Sean E. Mumaw

To provide the highest level of superior service to clients in need of advice on estate planning, charitable giving and other estate, trust, and taxation issues, the McBrayer firm has added Sean E. Mumaw to its roster and announces the creation of its estate planning team.

Mumaw comes to McBrayer with over 20 years of experience in estate planning, estate and trust administration, fiduciary representation, tax planning, business succession planning, and much more. He also worked with the area’s largest trust company for a time and has extensive experience with high net worth clients.

This addition completes the firm’s estate planning team, now consisting of Mumaw, Ivan Schell, Alan Pauw, Virginia Lawson, Kenton Ball, Maxine Bizer, Courtney Hampton and Fred Rodgers. This new approach to client service in the estate planning arena comes from a continuing effort to provide even more efficient service to clients by ensuring a client’s multi-faceted estate, trust or giving matters can be handled from several angles. Taking a team approach provides clients the peace of mind that comes with bringing attorneys with particular and complementary sets of skills to bear on estate planning issues of any size or scope, McBrayer said in a release.

“Having Sean on our team brings high-caliber firepower to an already impressive estate planning and administration practice area and we’re excited to bring a revitalized set of tactics in these areas through the formation of our Estate Planning Team,” said James H. Frazier, III, Managing Member of McBrayer PLLC. “Approaching issues of estate and trust planning and administration, business succession, tax planning, and related matters from a team perspective gives us the flexibility to provide every client of these services with far more attention and efficiency.”

“Sean is a power player in this field,” said Ivan J. Schell, member and head of the estate planning department. “With him, our arsenal of sophisticated planning professionals is in an even better position to tackle any matter, from simple wills for individuals up to the most complex of high net worth estates and every nuanced version of giving or succession planning in between.”

Mumaw is a 1999 graduate of the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law and a 1995 graduate of the University of Louisville. He is licensed to practice in Kentucky and Indiana.