Your Legacy | Protecting families, preserving wealth, and building legacies that will last generations.
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CEO | Visionary | Managing Principal
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Katie Beth Hand
Legacy Director | Hype Master
Supervising Attorney | Legal Mentor
Attorneys at Pinnacle Legacy
Sarah Fendley, Attorney
Associate Attorney | In-House Counsel
Sarah Fendley is a native of Hot Springs, AR. She was a member and associate editor of the UA Little Rock Law Review and an editorial assistant for the Arkansas Real Estate Review and Arkansas Probate and Trust Law Review. She is currently enrolled in the Executive LL.M. in Taxation at Georgetown University. Sarah comes to Pinnacle Legacy Law with a passion for helping people preserve their legacies for future generations. Sarah’s practice at is focused on estate planning, VA Benefits Planning, and Asset Protection. Sarah strives to provide unique planning solutions to fit each of her clients’ needs. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys creating art, traveling, and working with her cows on her family farm.
Ledly Jennings, Attorney
Associate Attorney | Specializes in Farming and Ranching Clients
Ledly Jennings is a native of Magnolia, Arkansas. His practice is focused on representing agricultural and farming clients, high-net-worth individuals, and family-owned and closely held businesses in all aspects of estate planning. His practice includes estate planning, business and tax planning and incorporating various strategies to preserve family legacies. Prior to joining Pinnacle Legacy Law, Ledly spent years at the state’s largest investment bank working in the financial services industry. He has a background in the oil & gas industry and community banking. Ledly strives to bring this blue-collar background and business knowledge to every client interaction. Ledly is married to Bethany Jennings and is happily expecting his first addition to his family.
Jason Files, Attorney
Associate Attorney | Specializes in Elder Law and Medicaid Planning
Jason Files has been practicing law in Arkansas since 1995. His clients have included everyone from individuals with traffic tickets to Fortune 500 companies litigating in Federal court. He nowconcentrates his practice on estate planning. After decades spent trying to help people navigate the various problems life throws at them—injuries, divorce, arrests, financial problems, and probate fights—he is happy to work in an area where he can help his clients avoid problems before they arise. In addition to estate planning, Jason helps clients prepare for the cost of nursing home care both by advance planning and by helping them qualify for Medicaid while preserving their home and other assets. Jason attended undergraduate school at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee, where he received a B.A. in English. He received his J.D. from the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law, with honors. In addition to his law practice, he edits and publishes a weekly review of Arkansas appellate decisions, The Arkansas Court Bulletin. He has been a regular speaker at continuing education courses for attorneys and paralegals. Jason is a member of Elder Counsel, the Arkansas Bar Association, and Pulaski County Bar Association. He is licensed to practice in all Arkansas State Courts, the Eastern and Western United States District Courts of Arkansas, as well as the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Mack Ivy, Attorney
Associate Attorney | Specializes in Post-Death Administration and Probate
Mack Ivy is a lifetime Arkansan. He grew up in the small town of Donaldson, Arkansas, then moved to Arkadelphia, Arkansas, for his undergraduate education. He attended Henderson State University and earned a Bachelor of Business Administration with a focus in Finance. Mack has called Little Rock home for the past five years, and during that time he obtained his Juris Doctor from UALR William H. Bowen School of Law in 2019. Since finishing law school, he has served as a deputy prosecuting attorney, providing him with countless hours of experience in the court room practicing criminal law. Mack wants to use his skills and education to make a difference in people’s lives, firmly believing his experience will help serve the needs of his new clients. He is focusing his practice on Probate and Post- Death Administration. His philosophy is to lessen the strain clients endure after the passing of a loved one, and to make the process easy as possible for all clients. Mack is a member of the Pulaski County Bar Association, and in his spare time, he enjoys hiking, playing golf, and traveling.