Loveland & Hurley, PLLC Welcomes New Associate Attorney, Selby C. Rains
We’re thrilled to announce Selby C. Rains has joined Loveland & Hurley, PLLC to continue her legal career as a trust and estate attorney, focusing on traditional estate planning and probate, as well as wealth transfer, tax, and asset protection planning for high net worth individuals and families.
Selby exclusively focuses her legal career on matters related to trusts and estates. She provides guidance to clients and families regarding efficient wealth transfer through thoughtful lifetime and post-mortem estate and tax planning and asset protection strategies. Selby works closely with wealth advisors and tax professionals to deliver comprehensive guidance and an array of legal solutions to meet client needs.
Prior to joining Loveland & Hurley, PLLC, Selby practiced at an estate and tax planning firm in Dallas, Texas. She also previously managed the administration of complex estates and numerous multigenerational trusts for ultra high net worth families in Highland Park, Texas.
Selby is a current member of the State Bar of Texas, Texas Bar College (an honorary society of attorneys who value high ethical standards and improved training by attending at least double the Continuing Legal Education (CLE) required by the State Bar of Texas), REPTL, and the Probate, Trusts and Estates and Tax Sections of the Dallas Bar Association and Collin County Bar Association. She is also a member of the Dallas Estate Planning Council, where she currently serves on the Board of Governors and as the chairperson for the Emerging Professionals Committee.
Selby was born and raised in Allen, Texas. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas in 2009 and her law degree from the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma in 2016. During law school, she served as a Note and Comment Editor of the American Indian Law Review and as Vice President of the Organization for the Advancement of Women in Law.
Selby is licensed to practice law in Texas.
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