Amy Farrar has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Estate Planning Council of Middle Tennessee. The Estate Planning Council of Middle Tennesssee is an accredited council of the National Association of Estate Planners & Councils (NAEPC), which is the association of choice for professionals engaged in the practice of estate planning. The Estate Planning Council of Middle Tennessee fosters a multi-disciplinary approach to estate planning designed to meet the needs of clients at all stages of their lives, with an emphasis on wealth preservation and legacy.
Amy Farrar was awarded a full scholarship to attend the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA)’s Annual Convention for 2021. The scholarship was awarded by the NAELA Foundation in conjunction with the Cohn Sisters’ Scholarship for Patient Advocacy, and was awarded for Farrar’s commitment to advocate on behalf of people with disabilities of all ages, to serve underserved populations, and to lead other elder law professionals in her community.
Amy Farrar was appointed by the Murfreesboro City Council to serve on the newly formed Community Investment Study Group along with former State Senator Andy Womack; Bob Mifflin, former banker and executive director of the Christy-Houston Foundation; and Eric Meriwether, a financial advisor at Northwestern Mutual.
They will serve alongside City Councilman Rick LaLance, who’s also an investment adviser and vice president with Pinnacle Financial Partners. The group will offer recommendations and advice on the handling, disposition, and structure of the mechanisms for management of the proceeds amounting to $302.4 million from last year’s sale of Murfreesboro Electric Department to Middle Tennessee Electric. Payments to the city are spread over 15 years.