Paul S. Parker began his legal career as a tax attorney for the fourth-largest accounting firm in the world. He then served in the trust department for Commerce Union Bank—now known as Bank of America. Since 1987, he has provided counsel on tax, trust, and estate planning matters. A life-long student of business, he observed his parents running the family business in Iowa and remains actively involved there today. A frequent lecturer at seminars of the National Business Institute, he combines his experience as a lawyer and businessman to teach principles of tax planning and ethics.
Parker sits on tax committees for the American, Tennessee, and Nashville Bar Associations and also conducts continuing legal education seminars for other attorneys on tax and estate planning issues. He is a contributing editor of West Publishing Company’s Tennessee Practice series.