Jack was born in Athens, Georgia and attended St. Joseph's Catholic School, Clarke Middle School, and Clarke Central High School. During his junior year of high school, he moved to Southern California to train at the Woody Blocher Tennis Academy. He graduated from San Pasqual High School in Escondido, California, in 1988 and then returned to Athens to attend the University of Georgia. Jack graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English in 1992.
As an undergraduate at the University of Georgia, Jack was a member of the Georgia men's tennis team. His teams won two Southeastern Conference titles and advanced to the finals of the NCAA Team Championship in 1989 and 1991.
After graduating from the University of Georgia, Jack played professional tennis in France for four years and then served as the coach of a professional tennis player on the ATP World Tour. He traveled extensively in the United States, Europe, Asia, and Africa as a tennis player and coach. In 1997, Jack returned to the University of Georgia and served as the assistant coach to Manual Dias on the varsity men's tennis team. As an assistant coach, Jack helped the Georgia Bulldogs win the NCAA Men's Tennis Team Championship in 1999 and advance to the NCAA Team Championship Finals in 1997 and 1998. He was awarded the Assistant Coach of the Year Award by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association in 2000.
After his career in tennis Jack enrolled at the University of Georgia School of Law and earned his degree in 2005. Promptly thereafter, he began practicing law in Athens and serving clients in Clarke County, Oconnee County, and other surrounding counties.
Jack and his wife live in Athens and have two children.
As a student at the University of Georgia School of Law, Jack was a published writer and note editor for the Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law. He also worked for the University of Georgia Legal Aid Clinic (now called the Western Judicial Circuit Public Defender Office) and the Center for International Trade and Security, located within the University of Georgia.
Jack became a member of the Georgia Stage Bar in 2005 and joined the law firm of Winburn, Lewis & Stolz, LLP. He was a partner in law firms Lewis, Stolz, Hurt, Frierson & Grayson, LLP and Lewis, Frierson & Grayson, LLP, before establishing his independent practice as Jack S. Frierson, P.C., in 2014.
Jack is a member of the Fiduciary Law Section of the Georgia State Bar. His current practice focuses primarily on serving clients with needs relating to estate and business planning. He works with individuals in estate manners relating to the preparation of wills, trusts, non-probate assets (such as retirement accounts and life insurance), probate and estate administration, guardarinships, and conservatorships. He represents individuals and entities in business matters relating to the formation of for-profit and non-profit corporations and limited liability companies, corporate governance, business and real estate transactions, leases and other contracts, licensing, and intellectual property.
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Finding the right attorney to represent you is a choice not to be taken lightly. You are welcome to call Jack Frierson for an initial consultation to discuss your needs, the scope of your goals, and your budget.
From working at Winburn, Lewis & Stolz, LLP, to opening his own practice in 2014, Jack has represented individuals and businesses for over 12 years. He serves his clients with commitment, experience, and diligence. Practicing since 2005, Jack has over a decade of experience in addressing the wishes and concerns of individuals, families, and businesses in respect to estate planning and business law matters, and he is committed to keeping pace with changes in the law.
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA SCHOOL OF LAW
Juris Doctor, 2005
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
B.A., English, 1992
Activities & Affiliations
• Georgia State Bar Association, Member
• Fiduciary Law Section of Georgia State Bar, Member