Brenda has practiced law in the areas of estate, business, and tax planning for more than 30 years. She received her law degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and completed her Masters in Law in the area of Taxation from Southern Methodist University. Prior to law school, Brenda received her B.B.A. in Accounting from Baylor University. She has also passed the CPA exam.
Due to her background and work experience, Brenda has also gained significant experience in trust, agricultural, and real estate law and has developed her current practices accordingly. (She grew up a cotton farmer’s daughter, and her husband was a rice farmer–all in Jefferson County, Arkansas.) She is the founder of a business strategies organization, Private Client Services Group LLC, which works with its clients to coordinate the use of specific areas of professional services: law, tax, accounting, land investment and management, and financial services. In addition to her law firm and PCSG, she is the principal founder and owner of two additional companies—Accounting Strategies, LLC and Farm-Land Strategies, LLC.
When not working, Brenda stays involved with her family –even though all four children are now professionals in their own right–each working within her company structures: two attorneys, a professional farm manager, and the youngest expecting certification as a CPA within a few months.
Widowed after a 30-year marriage to Joe Taylor, Brenda is blessed with two grandchildren and a wonderful daughter-in-law. She continues to be involved in providing pro bono legal service to various civic and non-profit councils and boards.