Blanchard Tual of Memphis specializes in estate planning and litigation. His bachelor’s degree comes from University of Florida while his law degree comes from University of Tennessee.
He was hired by the estate of Elvis Presley to investigate allegations of fraud committed by longtime manager, Colonel Parker. He spent one year with them.
Early Life and Education
Blanchard Tual has been practicing law since 1970 and was appointed guardian ad litem for Lisa Marie Presley during her custody proceedings and has represented Memphis icons like Isaac Hayes. Additionally, he serves as partner with Tual Graves PLLC firm as well as various boards including Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association, Porter-Leath School Board and Levitt Shell Board of Trustees.
He has expertise in criminal and entertainment law and is a member of both Memphis, Tennessee, and American Bar Associations. In 1994 he served as president of Memphis Bar Association as well as past chair of Young Lawyers Division.
He serves a diverse clientele and practices estate planning, probate, and trust matters for convicted bank robbers as well as high profile cases. In 2011, Mid-South Super Lawyers honored him as an Expert in Trust and Estate Law.
Blanchard Tual is an esteemed Tennessee attorney. He offers clients Estate Planning & Probate as well as General Litigation representation. Blanchard earned both his undergraduate degree at University of Florida as well as law school from University of Tennessee College of Law.
Tual is a member of the Memphis, Tennessee and American Bar Associations and was previously president of their Young Lawyers division.
Tual Graves PLLC, where both partners are women, employs him as one of its partners. He has represented several Memphis icons such as Lisa Marie Presley as her guardian ad litem and Isaac Hayes posthumously. Recently he was named to Mid-South Super Lawyers list which recognizes 5 percent of Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi attorneys annually.
Blanchard Tual resides in Memphis with his wife and two children. He serves on the boards of Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association, Porter-Leath Home for Children and Levitt Shell; in addition to this he serves as trustees for both Samuelson Boys Club and Barksdale Boys Clubs.
After his undergraduate studies, he enrolled at University of Tennessee College of Law to study law. In 1970 he earned his juris doctor degree.
Estate planning has long been one of his areas of expertise. The intricate nature of these cases keeps him intrigued; for instance, how a first marriage’s children are protected after one parent dies. He holds memberships with both Memphis, Tennessee, and American Bar Associations. His office can be found at 1000 Brookfield Road Suite 120 Memphis Tennessee 38119.
Blanchard Tual has amassed a net worth of $3 Million. As an attorney who specializes in estate and probate law at Tual-Graves PLLC firm in Memphis and Tennessee Bar Associations.
Blanchard has not only found success as an attorney but has also distinguished himself in professional wrestling with over one hundred matches under his belt and numerous titles won. A member of The Four Horsemen, Blanchard is now half of Brain Busters tag team.
Blanchard currently resides in Memphis, TN with his wife and two children; Blanchard is an ardent fan of Elvis while Tessa, his daughter is also a professional wrestler. Blanchard also has one son and daughter as well as is working on new project currently.