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Jeff S. Barganier
Montgomery, Alabama
Jeff Barganier spent 2.5 years in a bank trust department, 2 years as associate general counsel to a real estate securities firm and 17 years as a financial adviser. Today, he makes his living as an attorney, writer and entrepreneur.
Interests: Jeff Barganier has thirty years experience in law practice, financial services and general business. He’s a veteran of the U.S. Army where he graduated from the United States Military Academy Preparatory School, attended West Point, graduated from the Army Signal School at Fort Gordon, Georgia and the Savannah River Area Police Academy. He earned a BA in History/Business from Auburn University, a JD from the Jones School of Law; and is a licensed mediator. Jeff is a prolific writer and has published a novel, The Slash Brokers (1998); and a children’s book, The Crooked Tree (2008). His feature stories on a variety of topics have been published domestically and internationally. Notably, he lived and worked in Holland in 2008 and published feature story in “Dutch the magazine” on the history and ancient art of roof thatching. He has co-owned and managed Cindy E. Barganier Interiors LLC since 2004 and helped establish Cindy Barganier Textiles in 2012. The textile company designs and manufactures fabrics and is represented by the prestigious Atlanta showroom Travis & Company. During his twenty years in the securities business, Jeff also taught for many years as an adjunct professor of business at Auburn University at Montgomery and conducted seminars for CPA’s in South-Central Alabama. He is a graduate of the 45th National Security Forum sponsored by the United States Air Force. His passion is helping clients prevent personal and financial hardships by providing common sense professional mentoring.
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By Jeff S. Barganier, JD Everyone could benefit from a legal mentor: a trusted generalist with some knowledge of the law. Periodically meeting with a legal mentor and discussing your business activities may alert you to issues you may have overlooked. Left unaddressed, these, what I like to call little... Continue reading
Posted Jan 30, 2015 at Red Oak Legal, P.C.
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