About F. Hale Stewart, JD, LLM, CAM, CWM, CTEP
Before law school, Mr. Stewart was a bond broker with Vining Sparks, where his clients were comprised of mutual funds, insurance companies and money managers. He returned to law school in 2001, graduating from the South Texas School of Law in 2003. After law school, he opened his law practice focusing on transactional work. He continued his education at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in 2007 where he obtained an LLM in domestic and international taxation, graduating Magna Cum Laude. He has three certifications from the American Academy of Financial Management: Chartered Trust and Estate Planner, Chartered Wealth Manager and Chartered Asset Manager. Mr. Stewart is also a member of the AAFM's Board of Standards. He is the author of the book U.S. Captive Insurance Law and is currently working on his Ph.D..
Mr. Stewart's clients range the gamut from high net worth individuals who utilize one or all of his estate planning, asset protection or captive insurance skills, to small companies forming a captive, to larger associations looking for lower insurance costs.
When not practicing law, he is usually writing on the economy at his blog, the Bonddad Blog.