Karen Baim Reagler is an Elder Law and Estate Planning Attorney in Hot Springs and Hot Springs Village. She is a partner of a law firm, Baim Reagler & Naramore, PLLC. She is admitted to practice in the jurisdictions of Arkansas, Missouri, and Tennessee.
Her areas of focus in practice are guardianships, uncontested adoptions, powers of attorney, estate planning and administration, trusts, corporate law, wills, probate, tax planning, and special needs trusts.
Attorney Karen B. Reagler earned her B.A. (religion) degree from the renowned Duke University in North Carolina in 1994. She attained her M.A. from the Washington University Islamic and Near Eastern Studies Department in 1997.
Attorney Reagler obtained J.D. (law) degree from the Washington University School of Law, St. Louis, Missouri in 1997. She completed her Master of Laws in Elder Law and Estate Planning at the renowned Western New England University in 2010.
She worked as Bank Counsel and Trust Officer at The First National Bank of Wynne at Arkansas from 2001 to 2006. She was an Associate at the Stokes Bartholomew Evans & Petree, P.A. from 1998 to 2001.
She served as a Judicial Clerk to the Honorable Stephen N. Limbaugh, Jr. of the Missouri Supreme Court in 1997 – 1998. She was Rule 13 Lawyer Public Interest Lawyering Clinic in Missouri in 1996 – 1997.
She was Research Assistant to Professor D. Bruce La Pierre at the Washington University School of Law, St. Louis, Missouri in 1995. She worked as Legal Assistant at the Baim Law Firm in Arkansas in 1994.
Attorney Karen Baim Reagler is an active member of various associations such as the American Bar Association, Arkansas Bar Association, Garland County Bar Association, Jefferson County Bar Association, Union County Bar Association.
Attorney Reagler is also on the Board of Directors of Levi Hospital, National Park Rotary Club, and Fifty for the Future in Hot Springs. She is on the auction committee for the American Heart Association’s local Heart Ball.
Her published works include the article titled Come Hell or High Water: a Water Regime for the Jordan River Basin. It was published in the Washington University Law Quarterly.
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