Collier Moore is originally from White Hall, Arkansas and joined RMP as a partner in March of 2014. His trust and estate practice includes traditional estate-planning techniques (Wills and Trusts), but also includes an emphasis on asset protection in the context of special needs and long-term care planning. He is often called upon by attorneys throughout Arkansas to assist with various aspects of special needs planning. To this end, he has been involved in structuring special needs trusts in multimillion-dollar plaintiff matters, and he is often a key player in the drafting, establishment, and funding components that are necessary to meet the strict requirements of Social Security and Medicaid. He is also recognized as a leading attorney in Arkansas for assisting families with special needs children. His involvement with these families is often more comprehensive than simply drafting a supplemental needs trust. Often these relationships involve assisting with guardianship matters, Social Security qualification matters, as well as seeking qualification for various Arkansas Medicaid waiver programs that will benefit the child with special needs.Aside from special needs planning practice, Collier is recognized as one of the state’s leading attorneys in the field of asset protection and Medicaid crisis planning. He is one of only three Certified Elder Law Attorneys in Arkansas and is very often called upon by other trust and estate attorneys to assist in situations where a client is facing imminent long-term care. His practice involves utilizing national level asset-protection techniques for the purpose of qualifying for public benefits, as well as the filing and processing of Medicaid applications with the Arkansas Department of Human Services, where he has become proficient in administrative law.