also known as Miles Mason, Miles Mason, Sr.
Miles Mason, Sr., JD, CPA, practices family law exclusively serving clients in west Tennessee from offices in Germantown, TN. An active member of the ABA Family Law Section, Miles is past Chair of the Tennessee Bar Association’s Family Law Section, and served on the Editorial Board of the Tennessee Bar Journal. Currently, Miles serves as the ABA Family Law Section's Liaison to the AICPA.
Miles is a member of the Memphis, Tennessee, and American Bar Associations and their respective Family Law Sections, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), and the Tennessee Society of CPA’s (TSCPA).
Miles often takes his expertise on the road, presenting seminars across the country on divorce trial practice involving complex financial issues, forensic accounting, and business valuation for attorneys, CPA’s, and business valuation experts.
Miles Mason, Sr. has authored four books including The Forensic Accounting Deskbook: A Practical Guide to Financial Investigation and Analysis for Family Lawyers, published by the American Bar Association. The Forensic Accounting Deskbookis an easy-to-follow introduction to the world of forensic accounting and managing divorce litigation involving complex assets. His other books include: The Tennessee Divorce Client's Handbook, Tennessee Parenting Plans and Child Support Worksheets, and Tennessee Parent Relocation Law. All are available on Amazon.com from his author page.
Often interviewed by the media, Miles is frequently asked to comment on topical legal issues. Active in the community, Miles has taken on leadership roles and has served on boards for several non-profit organizations, including President of the Christian Brothers High School Alumni Association; the Board of Directors of the Marguerite Piazza St. Jude Gala; and the Co-chair of the Board of Directors of the National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ).
Miles is married with three children. He enjoys Alabama football, cycling, travel, shooting, and reading.
Licensed since 1994
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I follow Miles Mason on Twitter and I read his many other social media posts regularly. He is an excellent source for updates on Tennessee family law issues. He keeps me up to date on new cases coming out of the higher courts and he has a great amount of information on all of his social media sites that are helpful to everyone, even other lawyers. His knowledge and experience are clearly on display in the educational information that he shares and teaches.
Ryan Hanzelik Divorce & Separation Attorney
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|AR||Authorized to practice||2007||08/05/2015|
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Fellow, Memphis Bar Foundation||Memphis Bar Association||2012|
|Instructor of Exceptional Distinction||National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts||2009|
|Member||Crone & Mason, PLC Family Law Practice Group||1994 - 2010|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Tennessee Bar Association, Family Law Section||Chair||2002 - 2003|
|Tennessee Bar Association, Family Law Section||Chair 2002-03, Member, and multiple leadership positions||1994 - Present|
|American Bar Association, Family Law Section||Member holding various positions including CLE Committee||1994 - Present|
|Memphis Bar Association, Family Law Section||Member and mulitple seminar presenter||1994 - Present|
|Word Association Publishers||Tennessee Parenting Plans and Child Support Worksheets: Building a Constructive Future for Your Family||2014|
|Word Association Publishers||Tennessee Parent Relocation Law||2013|
|Word Association||The Tennessee Divorce Client's Handbook: What Every Divorcing Spouse Needs to Know||2012|
|Family Advocate (ABA)||Grab the Documents||2012|
|American Bar Association publication||The Forensic Accounting Deskbook: A Practical Guide to Financial Investigation and Analysis for Family Lawyers||2011|
|Family Advocate (ABA)||Follow the Money: The Lifestyle Analysis, Co-author||2009|
|Family Practice - TBA Family Law Section||Equally Shared Parenting Bill Withdrawn||2006|
|The Family Law Review - Georgia Bar Association Family Law Section||Engaging a Business Valuation Expert||2006|
|Family Advocate (ABA)||The Search for Hidden Income - Hot Tips Contributor||2003|
|Tennessee Bar Journal||Basic Tax Issues a Family Law Attorney Should Consider When Drafting a Marital Dissolution Agreement||1998|
|University of Memphis - Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law||N/A||Law||1994|
|University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa (main campus)||Accounting||BS - Bachelor of Science||1987|
|Monthly Meeting & Luncheon TSCPA Memphis Chapter||Seven Deadly Sins: How Divorces End Up One-Sided||2013|
|Forensic & Valuation Services Conference||Family Law Case Update||2013|
|Bench Bar||Challenging Opposing Forensic Accountants||2013|
|Forensic & Valuation Services Conference||Forensic Accounting in Divorce: What Most Lawyers Don’t Know||2011|
|Forensic Accounting Academy||Expert Testimony||2010|
|Tennessee Bar Association Web Cast||Business Valuation: What You Need to Know in Tennessee||2009|
|AICPA National Forensic Accounting Conference||Family Law Workshop||2009|
|AICPA National Business Valuation Conference||Mock Deposition for a Business Valuation Engagement||2009|
|Spoken at over 50 seminars and conferences for lawyers, judges, CPA's, experts and financial professionals||Family law and divorce||N/A|