Molly Bailly graduated from Washburn University with an Elementary Education degree. She taught fourth and fifth grades in the Seaman School District before deciding to trade her role as teacher for the role of student and attended Washburn University School of Law. During her time in law school, she worked a number of jobs including internships at the Kansas Association of School Boards (KASB) and the Kansas Department of Aging and Disability Services (KDADS) where she gained hands on experience with issues of interest to her. Molly’s focus on helping and educating others underlies her focus in estate planning and elder law, as well as real estate and business law. After graduating and being admitted to the Kansas Bar, Molly decided to “come home” and moved back to Great Bend where she is happy to put her life experience and legal skills to work in the community in which she grew up.
FOCUS OF PRACTICE:
Estate planning, trust formation, probate matters, general business and real estate law.
Texas Young Lawyers Association trial team member, 2018; Vice President of Washburn Student Bar Association, 2018-2019; District Representative for the Kansas Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section 2019-2020; Member of the Kansas Bar Association Leadership Academy 2022.
Publications: Elder Abuse; Facts & Findings, National Association of Legal Assistants, Inc., 2019.
Kansas Bar Association; Southwest Kansas Bar Association; Barton County Bar Association; National Association for Elder Law Attorneys.