While estate planning can often be an intimidating task, Attorney Jessica Brandow is a firm believer in the peace of mind families experience by having a comprehensive and personalized plan for the future. Ms. Brandow has over five years’ experience in creating estate plans that encompass many legal issues and navigate all types of family dynamics. Additionally, Ms. Brandow assists with long-term incapacity planning for Medicaid purposes and crisis management for those family members needing immediate entry into a nursing care facility.
Dealing with the death of a loved one is stressful and emotional. Ms. Brandow helps make the process less overwhelming by providing quality and compassionate assistance with estate and trust administrations to get you through such a difficult time.
Ms. Brandow earned a juris doctorate and a bachelor’s degree in print journalism from the University of Arkansas. Following law school, she worked as an associate attorney at a private law practice in Fayetteville, Arkansas, where she worked in estate planning and elder law; drafted probate court pleadings, wills, trusts, powers of attorney, deeds, contracts, and other documents; advised clients regarding probate administrations, estate planning, Medicaid issues, real estate transactions, 1031 exchanges, estate tax issues, and other legal matters; managed caseloads and supervised other attorneys, paralegals and legal assistants; and assisted with the Medicaid application process and communications with Arkansas Department of Human Services caseworkers.
Ms. Brandow believes in being not just an attorney, but a trusted advisor and advocate for all her clients.