Brent M. Eden joined Nease, Lagana, Eden & Culley in 2011 after practicing law in Atlanta, Georgia. He became a Partner and Shareholder in 2019. Brent specializes in providing life insurance advice through implementation and management of customized, integrated planning solutions to families, business owners, corporate executives, and other individuals of substantial assets and/or income. He also advises privately and publicly held businesses in the areas of key-person coverage, buy-sell agreement funding, and executive benefits. Brent recommends solutions that are in the best interests of his clients and match their overall planning strategies and objectives. He enjoys collaborative work and is committed to high quality service and innovative solutions.
Brent was elected to the Board of Directors of M Financial Group in 2021, and currently serves on the Audit, Compensation, and Member Firm Compensation Plan Committees. He is the current President of the Estate Planning Council of North Georgia, and a member of the Atlanta Estate Planning Council. Brent is also a member of the American, Georgia and Atlanta Bar Associations, and holds the Trust & Estate Practitioner (TEP) designation as a member of the Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners (STEP). He is also a Member and participates in the Ambassador program of Finseca, the top advocacy, promotion and development organization for life insurance and financial security professionals.
Brent holds leadership roles and advisory and executive board memberships with the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, the Atlanta Jewish Foundation and the Atlanta Beltline 67 (AB67), a group of professionals who advocate for the Atlanta BeltLine in support of the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership.
Brent graduated from the University of Michigan and obtained his law degree from Georgia State University College of Law, focusing on estate planning and litigation. In law school he was a member of the Moot Court Board, was an Honor Court Justice, and clerked for the Honorable Jerry Baxter, Superior Court of Fulton County. Prior to law school Brent clerked at the law firm of Alston & Bird, LLP, where he worked exclusively on the Enron bankruptcy. Brent also lived for a year in New Zealand, where he worked for the New Zealand law firm Buddle Findlay and the Kinloch Lodge.
- J.D., Georgia State University College of Law
- Trust & Estate Practitioner
- Series 6 and 63 securities licenses