February 2015


We are proud to announce that Emily Seawright has joined The Blum Firm's Fort Worth office.  Emily received her law degree cum laude from Texas Tech University School of Law in 2013, and she earned impressive 4.0 GPAs for a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science degree from Texas A&M University!

At the age of twelve, Emily's family moved to Stephenville where she was raised.  Her love of music began at an early age when she discovered the works of her favorite composer, Mozart.  Emily began taking piano lessons at the age of five and continued through her first two and a half years in college at Tarleton State University.  While at Tarleton, she studied piano performance and participated in the university jazz band and played the flute in the university marching band and concert band.


In her spare time, Emily enjoys training her Dalmatian puppy, Bonnie Barker, and spoiling her 15 year-old cat, Speck.  Emily is an avid Aggie fan and enjoys watching Aggie sports with her family and friends.  When not cheering on the Aggies, Emily enjoys attending Bible studies and visiting with friends.


We are very pleased Emily has joined us! Please join us in welcoming Emily to our estate planning team. 

Marvin E. Blum
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