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Barbara Moss, the founder of Elder Law of Nashville, has been practicing law in Nashville for more than 30 years. She focuses her practice on elder law, conservatorships, probate, estate planning, Medicare and Medicaid.
Barbara has been recognized for her contributions to the law profession and the community with numerous honors including the Athena Award in 2007, induction into the YWCA Academy of the Women of Achievement in 2008, the Molly Todd Cup in 2009 presented by Nashville networking organization CABLE, and Nashville Business Journal, Women of Influence in 2007. She currently serves on the FiftyForward Board of Directors.
Barbara has been named “Best of the Bar” (one of the 75 best lawyers in Nashville) multiple times by peers in Nashville (most recently in 2016), has been chosen as a Mid-South Super Lawyer in Elder Law by Law & Politics Magazine, (2006-present); was named by peers to be included in The Best Lawyers in America© (2005-present); was named by peers as one of “Nashville’s Best Lawyers.” The Tennessean (2010-present); and was selected by Memphis Magazine as one of the Top 50 Women Attorneys in the Mid-South. She was an Adjunct Professor of Law at the Vanderbilt School of Law from 1984 to 2000. Barbara holds the distinction of being the first woman to chair the Board of Professional Responsibility of the Supreme Court of Tennessee, the organization responsible for all attorney ethics and discipline in Tennessee.
Barbara graduated in the top 10% of her class Vanderbilt University School of Law. Barbara has written more than 80 columns for The Tennessean, most recently under the topic “Advice for Seniors.”
Barbara and her husband, Tom, love adventure travel, cooking, and their grandchildren, all of whom live in Nashville.
A native Nashvillian, Miller Hunt graduated from Saint Cecilia Academy in 2006 before accomplishing what she considers the pinnacle of her life—four years as a Clemson University Tiger. Miller returned to Nashville to become a member of the charter class at Belmont University College of Law where she helped found the peer mentor program and Legal Aid Society. After graduating law school, Miller practiced civil litigation before finding her true calling as an estate planning and probate attorney with Elder Law of Nashville PLLC.
Miller has had the privilege to serve on the Junior Advisory Board for Best Buddies of Middle Tennessee for the past 4 years, most recently serving as the board’s vice-chair. Miller comes from a background of philanthropy and community service -values instilled by her family. She brings this foundation into everything she does, continually seeking to “be a blessing” to her clients.
In addition to her beloved Clemson Tigers, Miller spends her time cheering on the Titans, Predators and frolicking on Old Hickory Lake.
Bryson Eubanks grew up just outside of Nashville in Lebanon, Tennessee. Bryson graduated from Lebanon High School and was lucky enough to pursue an education and play collegiate baseball at Carson-Newman University. After graduating from Carson-Newman, Bryson continued to move east and attended Appalachian State University, where he graduated with a master’s degree in Gerontology. Bryson uttered the famous last words, “I’m done with school forever” when he graduated from Appalachian State and now attends Nashville School of Law. Once he graduates with his law degree, Bryson plans to continue his elder law career with Elder Law of Nashville PLC, where he is currently the public benefits specialist.
Bryson has been privileged to speak to attorneys through the Tennessee Bar Association and the Nashville Bar Association regarding Medicaid planning for nursing homes. Bryson knows the effect that failure to plan can have on a family because he watched his grandmother and her siblings take care of his great grandmother at home with no more than home health care to assist them. Bryson believes in a holistic approach to caring for seniors that goes beyond the financial to include the quality of care and the recipient’s quality of life. While not every worry can be erased, Bryson is making it his mission to be part of a law firm that allows families to sleep at night and know that their loved one has everything they need.
Bryson loves coaching youth sports, and cheering for the Atlanta Braves and the Georgia Bulldogs.
Lane White, office manager, has been in the legal industry since 2003 and with Elder Law of Nashville PLC since 2015. Previously she had the good fortune to work with such excellent attorneys as Melissa Blackburn (now Judge Blackburn), Roy DeSha and the incomparable Samuel Baron. She now works with the fabulous – and fabulously behatted–Barbara Moss. She loves working with Barbara, Miller and Bryson and meeting the wonderful clients who pass through our doors. A self-described eccentric, Tudor history buff and connoisseur of vintage clothing, Lane enjoys painting, silent films and creating order out of chaos. She is the glue that holds the office together.
Lane lives in Nashville with her husband, Crawford White, and her cat, Bucky..