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Originally from Dallas, TX, Amanda Jarvis received her B.A. from Austin College in Sherman TX in 2005 with a double major in Business Administration and Psychology. After working in the Dallas area for 3 years, she began her law school career at the University of Arkansas and received her J.D. in 2011.
Since graduating, she has focused almost exclusively on elder law and estate planning and her current practice is dedicated to elder law, estate planning, Medicaid planning, probate, and guardianship.
Amanda is an active member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the Arkansas Bar, a member of the Probate and Trust, Elder Law, and Young lawyers sections of the Arkansas bar, and Rotary Club. She has been recognized for pro bono service for the past 2 years and is an accredited VA attorney.
No two people are alike, so why should your estate plan be like anyone else's? We take the time to talk to you and learn about your unique family situation before we explain to you how we can help you meet your planning goals. Whether you need a complex trust or just a simple will and a beneficiary deed, we can help.
Long-term care and Medicaid planning are much different than basic estate planning. This type of planning ivloves a completely different set of complex rules that many attorneys are unfamiliar with. Our firm has the knowledge and experience necessary to help you implement a plan designed to meet your long-term care needs and protect the assets you have worked hard to earn. Our thorough knowledge of Medicaid rules could result in thousands of dollars in savings for you.
Although the bulk of our practice revolves around Medicaid and estate planning, it is not uncommon for other issues to arise in the midst of executing a plan. It is important to have an attorney on your side who has an in-depth understanding of these issues and how they may affect the big picture. Our fimr is extremely adept at assessing and handling unexpected issues that may come up and minimizing or eliminating any complications they may cause.