Richard M. Morgan has been practicing law in Georgia since 1987. Richard founded the Alpharetta law firm of Morgan & DiSalvo P.C. in 1995 to help individuals and families plan and prepare for the many changes that life brings.
Richard prides himself on bringing peace of mind to individuals and families by helping them prepare for significant life events. In addition to the primary practice areas of the firm, Richard also specializes in finding creative solutions for clients in the areas of estate & tax planning, estate & trust dispute resolution, business succession planning, planning for special needs beneficiaries, creditor protection, charitable gift planning and tax controversies.
Richard’s work is differentiated by his level of service and attention to detail. His technical and analytical capabilities and problem-solving approach are unique among attorneys. As a leader in his field, Richard is past president of the Taxation Sections of both the Georgia and Atlanta Bar Associations, the Estate Planning & Probate Section of the Atlanta Bar Association, the North Georgia Estate Planning Council and the Georgia Planned Giving Council. Richard also serves on the legislative committee of the Fiduciary law section of the Georgia Bar Association.
Richard has used his charitable gift planning expertise over the years to assist several larger Atlanta charitable organizations by serving as the chairman or member of their professional advisory committees, including the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, Jewish Family & Career Services, the Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta and YMCA of Metropolitan Atlanta.
Richard received his B.B.A. in Accounting, cum laude, and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from the University of Georgia. He received his LL.M. in Taxation from Emory University.
Richard is a frequent speaker on estate planning, charitable gift planning, business succession planning and other tax related topics.