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December 2015
We are pleased to announce our newest attorney in the Fort Worth office, Torrie T. Poehls.  Torrie earned a B.B.A. in Marketing in 2009 from Texas Tech University summa cum laude and her Juris Doctor from Texas Tech University School of Law cum laude in 2013.  While at Tech Law, she served as Editor-in-Chief of the Estate Planning & Community Property Law Journal and as President of her class.
Torrie has already been recognized for the last two years by Fort Worth, Texas magazine as one of Tarrant County's Top Attorneys in the area of Probate, Estates, and Trusts.

Torrie is a seventh-generation Texan. She grew up in Glen Rose, Texas, where she played competitive sports and worked summers teaching swimming lessons and lifeguarding. In fact, one of her hidden talents is that she is quite skilled on the diving board! She enjoys staying active by skiing, wakeboarding, running, and playing on a local kickball team. Over the summer, Torrie married her boyfriend of eight years and fellow Red Raider, Justin. Torrie and Justin live in Fort Worth and are learning how to pick their battles and compromise.

 Please join us in welcoming Torrie to The Blum Firm team!

Marvin E. Blum
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