ELDER LEGAL SERVICES
Amanda Ray Cox is a detail-oriented attorney who provides solutions befitting her individual clients' needs. Be it financial, legacy, or asset planning, she lets the quality of her work do-the-talking for her. She began her legal career as a consumer bankruptcy attorney and for years helped guide Arkansans from going broke. Now, as an elder lawyer, she evaluates the needs of the elderly and drafts legal plans to help qualify her clients for government benefits while preventing them and their families from going broke. Amanda grew up in Benton and still calls it home. She graduated from UCA in Conway with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a minor in Anthropology. While at UALR Law, she was a member and Associate Editor of the Law Review, was awarded the Dean's Certificate of Distinguished Service, and was recognized for her dedication to professionalism. She is admitted to practice in the AR State and Federal Courts and is a member of the Arkansas Bar Association.
Shane Cox is a Louisiana native who prides himself on the strong relationships he keeps with his clients. In 2006, after years of working in mental health hospitals, he graduated with his psychology degree and moved to Little Rock. Life was nice and cozy for him in Central Arkansas for about a year, but then he began law school while working full-time. After many sleepless nights and one big, damaged ego, he graduated from UALR Law and started his legal career. So far, he has proudly provided the fine folks of central Arkansas with real legal solutions. Shortly after passing the Arkansas bar exam, he was asked back to his alma mater as an adjunct professor, and for seven years he taught law students about the UCC, Secured Transactions, and Sales Transactions. His practice include estate planning, elder law, guardianships, family law and probate litigation. He is accredited with the Veterans Affairs (VA) and is admitted to practice in the State and Federal Courts of Arkansas.