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Timothy L. Murr

I graduated from Mississippi College School of Law with a Juris Doctorate in 1982. I clerked with Justice Harry G. Walker at the Mississippi Supreme Court and thereafter began my private practice in Gulfport, Mississippi. I have been practicing for almost thirty years, first in an insurance defense firm and thereafter concentrating in estates and probate matters.

Practice Areas:
Probate and Estate Law; Estate Litigation; Conservatorship; Guardianship; Trusts and Estates; Estate Planning; Elder Law

Admitted:
1982, Mississippi. Admitted to all Mississippi Courts and Federal Court, Southern District

Law School:
Mississippi College School of Law, J.D.

Member:
The Mississippi Bar; American Bar Association; Harrison County Bar Association.

Biography:
Phi Alpha Delta. Member, 1980-1981 and Executive Editor, 1981-1982, Mississippi College Law Review. Author: “A Requiem For The Sudden Emergency Doctrine,” 2 Mississippi College Law Review 305, 1981. Law Clerk to Presiding Justice, Harry G. Walker, Mississippi Supreme Court, 1982-1983. Special Assistant Appeals Prosecutor, City of Gulfport, 1987-1989. Speaker at seminars in the areas of trusts, estates, and elder law.

Born:
Norfolk, Virginia, November 6, 1954


Thomas W. Teel

I graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi ( B.A., English) , attended graduate school at USM, and attended the University of Mississippi Law School, where I graduated in December 1980. I have been practicing for thirty years in various areas of law, predominantly working with family law in areas as varied as divorce, wills, estates, conservatorships, elder law, property and small business.

Practice Areas:
Family law; Estates; Conservatorships; Guardianships; Elder Law; Property Law; Construction; Mediation; Arbitration; and Litigation.

Admitted:
University of Mississippi, Juris Doctorate, December 1980; Admitted to all Mississippi Courts and Federal Court, Southern and Northern District

Member or Past Member: Mississippi Bar Association; Harrison County Bar; American Bar Association; American Inns of Court.

Past and Current Associations:
Chancery Court Judge’s Association; Member of Trial Court Judges’ Liaison Committee to Supreme Court; Secretary, Chancery Judges, Mississippi State Trial Judges, 2001; Special Chancellor, 2001; The Association of Trial Lawyers of America; American Judicature Society Jackson County Bar; Hancock County Bar, Board Member; Seafood Industry Museum; Board Member, Child Abuse Center ( currently called Parent-Child Center, Gulfport, Mississippi) ; Member, Main Street Biloxi; Board Member, Mississippi Coast Interfaith Disaster Task Force; Member, Presbyterian Judicial Commission, Presbytery of Mississippi.

Bio:
Author and speaker at more than fifty (50) seminars for judges and attorneys in areas of real property, estates, chancery law, and family law. Chancery Court Judge, 8thJudicial District; 1995-2001; City of Biloxi, City Court Judge: 1987-1994.


Alfred R. Koenenn

I graduated in 1966 from the University of Southern Mississippi (B.S., Accounting), and then attended Loyola University Law School, where I obtained my Juris Doctorate Degree in 1969. I worked in the gift and inheritance tax section of the Internal Revenue Service from 1970 to 1973 and was a Trust Officer for the Central Bank of Monroe Louisiana from 1973 to 1980. I began my private practice in Mississippi in 1980. I practice in the areas of real estate, trust and probate law, corporate law, and taxation.

Practice Areas:
Estates; Trust Law; Real Estate; Property Rights; Corporate Law; Taxation

Admitted:
1969, Louisiana Bar; 1973, Mississippi Bar. Admitted to all Mississippi and Louisiana State Courts and to Federal Court, Southern District

Law School:
Loyola University, New Orleans, Louisiana, J.D. 1969

Member:
The Mississippi Bar. The Louisiana Bar. The Harrison County Bar.

Born:
Thibodaux, Louisiana, September 11, 1943


Anna Ward Sukmann

I graduated in 2000 from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville (B.A. English Literature), and then attended Mississippi College School of Law where I obtained my Juris Doctorate in 2004. I clerked with the Sixteenth Chancery Court District of Mississippi, comprising of Jackson, George and Greene counties and thereafter went into private practice. I have been practicing law for almost 15 years in Chancery Court, predominantly focusing on family law.

Practice Areas:
Family Law; Estates; Conservatorships; Guardianships

Admitted:
2004, Mississippi. Admitted to all Mississippi Courts and Federal Courts, Southern and Northern District; 2005, District of Columbia

Member:
The Mississippi Bar; The District of Columbia Bar; American Bar Association; Harrison County Bar Association; Jackson County Bar Association

Born:
Memphis, Tennessee

Perry, Murr, Teel & Koenenn - Gulfport Probate Attorney
Located at 625 16th St, Gulfport, MS 39507
Phone: (228) 896-0020
Website:
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