Hunter R. Mobley is an attorney at Howard Mobley Hayes and Gontarek, PLLC, specializing in the areas of estate planning and administration, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements and tax-exempt organization law. In addition to representing individuals and families, Hunter represents churches and charities in tax, governance and gift acceptance matters. From simple wills to tax-sensitive trust documents, Hunter enjoys meeting with individuals and families of all shapes and sizes. Hunter is a frequent speaker at local and statewide continuing legal education seminars on estate planning and charitable planning. Beginning in 2014, Hunter will join Belmont University’s College of Law as an adjunct professor.
In the community, Hunter serves on the boards of Association for the Preservation of Tennessee’s Antiquities (APTA), Montgomery Bell Academy Young Alumni, Christian Women’s Job Corps (CWJC) and Christ Church. Hunter also serves on the Planned Giving Advisory Council for Alive Hospice in Nashville.
A native of Nashville, Hunter graduated from The Ensworth School and Montgomery Bell Academy. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Davidson College (NC), his law degree from University of Kentucky and an LL.M. in taxation from New York University.
Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
Civic and Other Activities
Board Member, Association for the Preservation of Tennessee’s Antiquities (APTA)
Board Member, Montgomery Bell Academy Young Alumni
Board Member, Christian Women’s Job Corps (CWJC)
Board Member, Christ Church
Planned Giving Advisory Council, Alive Hospice
LL.M., Taxation, New York University
J.D., University of Kentucky
B.A., Davidson College (NC)
Tennessee State Courts