Shannon Brubaker, an invaluable addition to the Brookhaven Legal Team, brings a rich amalgam of experiences from her prior roles, notably her tenure as the Chief Administrative Officer for a non-profit trust organization and nearly a decade-long career with the Jackson County (Alabama) Department of Human Resources. In her role at the non-profit trust organization, Shannon played an instrumental role in overseeing administrative functions, ensuring smooth operations, and resolving complex trust-related issues. Her demonstrated proficiency in trust administration stemmed from an intricate understanding of legal frameworks, a keen eye for detail, and a deep commitment to ethical practices. Before her transition into the legal field, Shannon spent close to a decade serving as a Child Welfare Worker and Supervisor for the Jackson County Department of Human Resources. Here, she honed her skills in casework, child advocacy, and program supervision, making a significant impact on the lives of children and families within her jurisdiction. This experience instilled in her a profound sense of empathy and a nuanced understanding of the social dynamics that often intersect with legal issues. Today, Shannon's extensive experience with trust administration and social work serves as a unique asset, enabling her to navigate the labyrinthine realm of estate planning effortlessly. She combines her knowledge of legal principles with her social work background to provide comprehensive and compassionate assistance to clients, helping them effectively manage and resolve complicated estate planning issues. Shannon's cross-functional expertise ensures that she offers not just legal advice, but also an empathetic understanding of the personal and emotional aspects that often accompany estate planning decisions.