Mark D. Collins has been a practicing attorney for 26 years with a focus on real estate, probate, guardianship, and wills and trusts. His practice now centers on elder law issues.
Mark received his Juris Doctorate from Salmon P. Chase College of Law in 1994 and his Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and French from Morehead State University in 1991. Mark is licensed to practice law in Kentucky and Tennessee.
After graduating from law school, Mark served his country in the United States Army at Fort Knox, Kentucky. After completing a six-month Armor Officer Basic Course training, he completed eight years in the US Army Reserve with the 100th Division at Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
For the past 23 years, Mark has been serving and protecting the citizens of Todd and Christian Counties as an Assistant County Attorney. Service to the community and to those in need has been a driving force in his practice. As an Elder Law Attorney, Mark is passionate about helping the elderly protect their assets against the devastating costs of long-term care. He also assists veterans in obtaining the benefits our government promised them.
Mark maintains the highest standards of education related to elder law issues. He is a member of the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys, a member of Elder Counsel, LLC, a member of the Kentucky and Tennessee Bar Associations elder law sections, and an accredited Veterans Claims Attorney. He often speaks on elder law related issues. He is active in his local church, Elkton Baptist Church, Rotary Club, and American Legion, and serves as a director on the Todd County Chamber of Commerce and many other boards and committees.