Nashville attorney Barbara Moss is an elder law specialist who understands that planning for aging not only provides legal challenges that many people do not readily understand, but that it can also be a very emotional scenario. After all, elder law encompasses legal areas such as wills and estate planning, making arrangements for long-term care, and end-of-life arrangements, which are topics that many people actively try to avoid. However, Barbara understands that careful planning can help ensure easy transitions during the aging process. She also understands that, after working a lifetime to accumulate wealth, many seniors are faced with hard choices that can not only impact their comfort in retirement but also the legacy that they leave their families.
Barbara is a graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Law, where she went on to teach both appellate advocacy and trial advocacy. She is widely recognized as one of the best lawyers in the Nashville area. Considered by her peers as one of the 100 best lawyers in Nashville, Barbara is one of Memphis MagazineÍs top 50 women attorneys in the mid-south, and listed as one of the Best Lawyers in America since 2005. Barbara is also a Super Lawyer according to Law & Politics Magazine. She is the first woman to chair the Supreme Court of TennesseeÍs Board of Professional Responsibility. She is the author of the column ñLearning the Law,î a legal advice column that appeared in The Tennessean, and continues to contribute to local publications.
To find out how Barbara can use her expertise in elder law to help you plan for your golden years or help you deal with the challenges presented by family members who have not adequately planned for their own aging, contact her at Elder Law of Nashville, 615-852-5602, or visit her online at: http://elderlawofnashville.com