A tactical thinker, Brian Buescher is a member of the firm’s probate, wills and estates, wealth transfer and estate planning group.
Brian graduated Summa Cum Laude from South Texas College of Law Houston, where he received multiple CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Legal Research and Writing II, Constitutional Law, Business Bankruptcy and Reorganization, Remedies, and Corporations. Before law school, Brian earned his MBA from Texas A&M University, with a focus on finance, and his Bachelor’s from St. Edward’s University, majoring in Political Science.
Before joining Hirsch & Westheimer, he gained experience on a wide range of legal matters routinely faced by clients in connection with estate planning and probate, including civil litigation, oil and gas disputes and employment matters, as a research assistant for Professor Charles W. “Rocky” Rhodes, and as a law clerk.
Brian draws upon his business and finance background when advising clients at every stage of estate planning, the probate of wills, and administration of estates and trusts.
In law school, Brian was a member of the South Texas Law Review, Phi Delta Phi International Honor Society, and the Order of Lytae.
Brian enjoys running and swimming. On the weekend, you might catch him listening to science fiction audio books and podcasts, or attending music festivals throughout the country.