The Cowgirls of Hart Law are hitting the airwaves

The Hart Law Group will be featured in the documentary series, In America with James Earl Jones, airing on PBS stations

Asheville law firm, The Hart Law Group, will be featured in an upcoming documentary as experts on the topic of Elder Law in the series, In America with James Earl Jones. Regional PBS stations will air the documentary during the week of August 24th.

Mary Hart, owner of The Hart Law Group, has a specific interest in empowering people to protect their loved ones and plan for death and disability. She and her attorneys regularly give seminars and donate many hours helping those who cannot afford legal services. They are pleased to widen their audience in educating the community about Elder Law in this documentary. Attorneys Mary Hart and Nicki Applefield will talk about the importance of Elder Law and the many legal issues surrounding aging including Estate Planning, Long Term Care Planning, Elder Abuse, Guardianships and Incompetency, Asset Protection and more.

America’s elder population is growing, with the oldest Baby Boomer turning 70 in 2016. Older Americans face a number of legal issues. We can greatly reduce the financial, emotional and mental stresses caused by these legal issues with proactive planning.

In addition to the documentary, a company profile segment on The Hart Law Group will be airing between August 17th and 31st on national networks including CNN, CNN Headline News, MSNBC, CNBC, Fox News, Fox Business Network, TLC and Discovery… These segments will inform the public about the legal services The Hart Law Group can provide.


Mary Hart has been voted the #1 Attorney in Western North Carolina for the past two years by readers of the local newspaper, MtnXpress. An all-female law firm, she and her team refer to themselves as “The Cowgirls” of Hart Law as they take a down to earth, non-traditional approach – and you’ll frequently find them wearing cowboy boots and blue jeans.

The Hart Law Group is an Asheville, NC law firm formed by Mary Hart in 2006. Practice areas include estate and trust planning and administration, probate, guardianships, domestic partnership planning, elder law, residential and commercial real estate closings, transactions and contracts, property disputes, corporate and business law, 1031 tax-deferred exchanges, medicaid planning, and self-directed IRAs.