“We are excited to have such prominent and well-respected attorneys join our growing team,” said Robyn Allmendinger, the firm’s managing member. “The combined knowledge and expertise that Shaneen and Mary-Tipton bring to our firm will greatly benefit our clients and enhance our service offerings.”
Sloan primarily focuses her practice in the areas of estate planning, probate, estate and trust administration, tax, business and elder law. Her tax practice includes estate and gift, tax controversy, individual and business tax planning, and applying for tax-exempt status for nonprofit and charitable organizations. Her elder law practice includes long-term care planning, with an emphasis on Medicaid planning. She also handles succession planning and real estate matters. Sloan is a Certified Public Accountant with years of experience in the public accounting and tax industry prior to practicing law.
Thalheimer’s practice areas are bankruptcy and all areas of debtor and creditor rights, including workout agreements and civil litigation involving foreclosures, replevins, and garnishments. Prior to beginning her practice, she obtained her LL.M in bankruptcy from St. John’s University and worked as a staff attorney for the Honorable Richard D. Taylor of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas.