Donald E. Morton

Chattanooga

P: 423.785.8294 | F: 423.321.1580

don.morton@millermartin.com

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  • Overview
  • Experience
  • Education
  • Involvement
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  • Overview

    Donald E. Morton concentrates his areas of practice in estate planning, business succession, estate and trust administration and employee benefits.

    Mr. Morton advises family business owners regarding the transfer of family assets and family business to second and third generations and equalizing distribution to children not actively involved in business. Mr. Morton uses a variety of trusts to preserve family assets and to minimize taxation of asset transfers to beneficiaries. He makes creative use of charitable lead and remainder trusts to provide significant tax benefits to donor and substantial benefits to charity.

  • Experience

    • Mr. Morton has served on the board of a number of charitable trusts.
  • Education

    • J.D., Vanderbilt University School of Law, 1976
    • B.A., with High Honors, University of Virginia, 1973
  • Involvement

    Bar Admissions
    • Tennessee
    Accolades
    • The Best Lawyers in America© - Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law; Trusts and Estates since 1995
    Memberships
    • Chattanooga Estate Planning Counsel
    • Chattanooga Tax Practitioners
    • Chattanooga Bar Association
    • Tennessee Bar Association
    • American Bar Association
    Community
    • Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church - Elder
    • University of Virginia, East Tennessee Jefferson Scholars Committee – Chairman
    • University of Virginia, Jefferson Scholars – National Selection Committee, 2016
    • Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church – World Missions Chairman

Did You Know

Mr. Morton is an inveterate traveler, anglophile and interested in early American history.

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