Shannan S. Collier earned her B.B.A. from The University of North Florida in Jacksonville. Thereafter, she attended Cumberland School of Law, where she simultaneously earned her  J.D. and M.B.A., and Emory University, School of Law, where she obtained her Masters of Laws in Taxation.

While in law school, Ms. Collier was an editor of The Trial Journal and wrote and assisted in the preparation of several articles on varying topics, including the taxation of partnership interests and the valuation of business interests.

Ms. Collier is a member of both the Florida and Georgia bars and maintains clientele in both states. She is also a Tax Section member and is a frequent speaker at seminars, wherein she instructs both lawyers and non-lawyers on various business, estate and tax planning techniques.

Ms. Collier’s practice is primarily limited to tax and estate planning and business and franchise law.