Paul D. Meyer participated in a panel discussion at the Savannah Estate Planning Council annual seminar on estate planning. Meyer, along with other local professionals, lead a discussion on areas such as new estate, gift and income tax changes, asset protection, divorce, and use of life insurance in estate planning. The Savannah Estate Planning Council is a group consisting of the top Savannah area professionals practing in the areas of trusts & estates, probate, accountancy, financial planning and taxation.
Paul D. Meyer was elected to a second term as Treasurer of Hospice Savannah, Inc. Hospice Savannah is the only non-profit, 501(c)(3) Hospice in the Georgia Coastal Empire with a Hospice House and a full host of volunteers and professionals providing truly world clase hospice and palliative care. Paul is proud to serve Hospice Savannah once again. For more information see http://www.hospicesavannah.org/
Paul Meyer served as Chairman and MC of the 2013 Good Scout Luncheon benefitting the Coastal Empire Council, Boy Scouts of America. The event is the cornerstone event raising funds from the community supporting Boy Scout programs throughout the Coastal Empire. For more information please visit the following link. http://www.wtoc.com/story/21892219/boy-scouts-hold-2013-good-scout-luncheon
Randy Bart once again has been named a Super Lawer for Estate Planning by Atlanta Magazine.
Roy E. Paul as one of Georgia’s Top One Hundred Lawyers by the Super Lawyers issue of Atlanta Magazine.
Paul Meyer, Tom Sayers, Roy Paul and John Oldfield were named as Georgia Legal Elite lawyers by Georgia Trend Magazine. The publication lists peer lawyers selected by peers throughout the state of Georgia.
Bart, Meyer & Company was the “Salt and Pepper” sponsor of the Wine and Fries fundraiser benefitting the Ronald McDonald House. The event was attended by local supporters, including partner Amy R. Henderson, who current serves as the organization’s Vice President.
Paul Meyer was quoted in the Savannah Morning News by columnist Polly Powers Stramm titled “How to Negotiate Belongings With Children, Loved Ones. The article can be found at this link http://savannahnow.com/accent/2012-10-28/how-negotiate-after-death-arrangements-children-loved-ones