Brian Weber is a native of Shepherdsville, Bullitt County, Kentucky. After graduating from Bullitt Central High School, he attended Morehead State University and was a member of the prestigious MSU cheerleading squad. He graduated from MSU in 2006 with a B.A. in Government and summa cum laude in 2008 with a Master's of Public Administration. Brian began his legal studies at Regent University and studied international law at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem in 2009. Brian graduated from the Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville in 2011. While attending law school, Brian wanted to serve the Louisville community. Brian was active in several community service projects, including one competition to improve the tree canopy in urban Louisville. Brian's team won the student competition, and the Louisville Metro Council partially adopted their plan.
Brian's first legal job was with the office of the Bullitt County Attorney as an Assistant County Attorney. During his tenure with the County Attorney's office, Brian worked in the Juvenile Criminal District Court, where he helped rehabilitate juvenile offenders. Brian also worked on dependency, neglect, and abuse cases in Bullitt County Family Court and criminal cases in Bullitt County District Court.
Upon leaving the Bullitt County Attorney's office, Brian established a solo practice in Louisville, Kentucky. In 2012, Brian was selected to serve as Director of the East Kentucky GEAR UP Project, a nationally-funded effort to encourage students to prepare for and enroll in higher education.
In 2015, Brian founded the Dixie Law Group, PSC, with Justin May.
Brian enjoys helping people through the process of creating and establishing an estate plan. He has helped hundreds of people prepare wills and other documents. He regularly speaks to groups about the estate planning process and his passion is making sure people understand why they need certain documents for their situation and to understand what they are signing.
In his free time, Brian fishes, cooks, consults for cheerleading squads, and visits with his family.
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