Special to The Sun
Parman & Easterday, an Oklahoma City estate planning, elder law and business planning firm, hired Blaine Peterson as a new attorney. Peterson bolsters the Parman & Easterday Oklahoma City office with more than 15 years of combined experience as a licensed attorney specializing in estate planning and tax law; a Certified Public Accountant; a Certified Valuation Analyst; and as a former business owner.
Throughout his career, Peterson has provided families maximum protection against the government, creditors, long-term care costs and lawsuits by developing estate plans that take into careful consideration each family’s personal, tax and business needs and desires.
Peterson is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association, Oklahoma Society of Public Accountants and National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts. He served multiple terms as chairman of the Tax Committee for the Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants and currently serves as a director. Peterson also serves on the tax committee for the Oklahoma Bar Association and regularly meets with representatives from the Internal Revenue Service and Oklahoma Tax Commission seeking proactive resolutions to issues affecting the public.
Peterson received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma in 1999 after previously earning his bachelor’s degree in accounting in 1994, also from the University of Oklahoma. He and his family reside in Norman. He has one brother, Marc.
Parman & Easterday specializes in trusts, health care power of attorney, Medicaid and Medicare planning, tax planning and qualified retirement plan distribution, organ donations, limited power of attorney and federal, estate and gift tax returns.