Mr. Daniel Denzer Munster
Daniel D Munster P.C.
Daniel D. Munster received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Vanderbilt University in 1990. He went on to study law at the University of Detroit where he was published on Law Review and clerked for the Michigan Supreme Court.
Admitted to practice law in Georgia since 1994, Mr. Munster has invested more than twenty-five years assisting Georgians with various eldercare, special needs, and traditional estate planning matters. Early in his career, Dan had the opportunity to learn a great deal while working with the Senior Citizens Law Project, a division of Atlanta Legal Aid. In 1999, he founded The Eldercare & Special Needs Law Practice of Daniel D. Munster. While the firm’s main office is located in Atlanta, Georgia, it represents clients across the state without regard to geographic location.
Mr. Munster often delivers presentations to attorneys, financial professionals and organizations on topics related to his practice. His writings have appeared in various publications including the Georgia Bar Journal. A passionate advocate for the elderly, Dan was named to serve on the Georgia Alzheimer’s and Related Dementias State Plan Task Force in 2013. Dan is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the Atlanta Bar Association, the Atlanta Estate Planning Council, and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.
Mr. Munster's ethical, compassionate, and skilled approach to the practice of law has earned favorable recognition across the legal community. For example, the Board of Regents of The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC) elected Mr. Munster to be a Fellow at its December 2022 Fall Meeting in San Francisco. Additionally, Martindale-Hubbell has awarded Mr. Munster its highest peer review rating (AV Preeminent) every year since 2005. Atlanta Magazine has recognized Mr. Munster as a Georgia “Super Lawyer” in the category of Elder Law every year since 2007. Additionally, Dan has earned recognition in rankings compiled by Best Lawyers in America (2019 – 2023) and U.S. News & World Report (2020 – 2023) for his work in the categories of both Elder Law and Trusts & Estates.