Audra Bailey Wilcox is the Owner and lead attorney at Wilcox Attorneys, PA. Audra began practicing law in 1998 after she received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and her Juris Doctor from the University of Arkansas. After graduation Audra owned a title insurance company and also practiced law. In 2018, Audra transitioned her law firm’s main offices to Fayetteville, Arkansas and became known as Wilcox Attorneys, PA.
Audra is very proud of the care and concern her staff has for the firms clients. The firm’s areas of practice include estate planning, long term care Medicaid planning, business/farm succession planning, probate, wills, trusts and estate planning.
Audra is a member of the Washington County Bar Association, the Arkansas Bar Association, and has been admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court, Western District of Arkansas. She is also a member of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys where she has received extensive and continuous training in all areas of Estate Planning. Audra has served on numerous committees for civic organizations and her church. She believes giving back to the community and to her church family is as important as her business.
Most recently Audra was named to the Board of Governors for the Academy, which is the most important advisory panel to the senior management team at the Academy. Audra joins only eight other attorneys from around the country in serving on the Board. Board members participate in research and development, and they provide feedback on all new Academy products and services.
Audra grew up in Brinkley, Arkansas, where her family is still engaged in farming rice and soybeans. She is proud of her roots and uses the lessons she learned on the farm in her practice. She understands what it means to “love the land” and what it means to build a family business and want to protect it for the generations to come.
Audra and her husband Ernie have two children, Ellyn and Coleman. Together, they enjoy traveling, auctions, antiques, and are avid Razorback fans.