Mr. Pulver graduated from Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law in 1999. Upon graduation from law school, he served as an Assistant Public Defender at State of Tennessee District Public Defender’s Office 6th Judicial Circuit, Knoxville, Tennessee and upon completion of his appointment, entered private practice with Ronald J. Logar, J.D. as an Associate General Counsel in 2001. Mr. Pulver became a Partner at Logar & Pulver in 2004.
Mr. Pulver is a certified as a Family Law Specialist by the State Bar of Nevada. He is an experienced family law litigator and a licensed attorney in the States of Nevada and Tennessee. Mr. Pulver is a Counsel Member of the Executive Committee of the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Nevada and lectures on family law issues as well as publishes articles on the subject. Mr. Pulver provides experienced and aggressive representation while balancing the unique needs of the parties, children, and families.
Mr. Pulver lectures on family law issues as well as publishes articles in the field of divorce and family law. He has published articles on Domestic Torts in Nevada and Child Support in Wealthy Families. He lectures on the subjects of Divorce and Family Law Practice in Nevada, Complex Issues in Divorce for the Nevada Practitioner, Appellate issues, Appeal, and is a frequent lecturer at the Annual Family Law Conference held for Nevada attorneys, paralegals, District Court Judges and Nevada Supreme Court Justices. Most recently, he lectured on a Better Way to Present a Child Custody Case, at the 23rd Annual Family Law Conference in 2012.