Attorney Patrick Furman

Patrick D. Furman

Attorney Patrick Furman has been practicing law for almost 20 years and focuses his practice on all aspects of estate planning. In the area of estate planning, he guides his clients through wills, revocable living trusts, special needs trusts, nursing home trusts, family cottage succession planning, and probate and estate administration.

Understanding that the estate planning process is very personal, Patrick takes the time to listen to his clients’ goals and concerns and then empowers his clients so they can make decisions that will produce the best outcomes.

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Juris Doctorate of Law
University of Pittsburgh School of Law – Pittsburgh, PA

West Virginia University – Morgantown, WV


Spending time with his family, reading, movies and sports.


Married to wife Tiffany and father of three daughters: Mariah, Kyarra, and Alysia.

Questions & Answers

I am originally from the East Coast. My parents had been transferred to Wisconsin for work and in 1998, I was given a great opportunity to work with an attorney in Wisconsin and decided to give it a shot, so I moved to Wisconsin. However, I fell in love with the area, met my wife and have been raising a family, owning a business, and making a very happy life for the last 15 years.

I have been practicing law for over 15 years and within that time frame I have dealt with various estates in various sizes and I’ve also dealt with numerous advisors and administrators. I know what to look for and how to explain something to you so that the best outcome can be produced. The majority of my practice is also based strictly on estate planning and the various components of it.

I am a family man and spend the majority of my free time with my wife and daughters. We go to a lot of family events together like visiting museums, summer festivals, playing at the park or just simply making our own fun in our backyard or watching a movie on a Saturday night with a bowl of popcorn.