Mary Nash started her legal career in 1976 after graduating from Nova University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Previously, she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences, and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Florida Atlantic University. After law school she was awarded a post-doctoral legal Master’s Degree (LL.M.) in International Finance from Georgetown University. Then, in 1993, she relocated to Arkansas, where she has remained since. Mary has practiced in the area of Elder Law and Estate Planning for over 30 years. In that time, she has created thousands of revocable, irrevocable, and special needs trusts. Mary also has handled numerous Guardianships and Veterans Benefits issues, and regularly counsels families on saving assets and qualifying for Medicaid. She is the author of two books on estate planning, the most recent being: Helping Hands Across Time Keeping Family Money in the Family. She is licensed in Arkansas, Florida, Colorado, and Indiana, but currently lives in Maumelle, Arkansas with her dog, Bear.
Nova University (Juris Doctorate, 1974)
Florida Atlantic University (Public Administration)
Georgetown University (LL.M. International Finance)
University of Arkansas Fayetteville (B.S. Social Sciences, 1972)