Jaimie Mans

Get to Know…Jaimie Mans

As much as I love writing about Estate Planning and Probate law, what I love even more are my
co-workers (honestly!). It’s a very unique culture at Davis, Davis & Associates, and one in which
I have not personally experienced in my professional life. Each member of our team is vital to
our success, in their own way, and I thought it would be a shame not to share a little bit of them
with our readers. So, without further ado, let’s get to know Jaimie Mans.

Jaimie, tell us, where are you from and what brought you to the Eastern Shore?
I was primarily raised in Louisville, Kentucky.  I was working in Birmingham after college when
my mom connected me with Richard.  After a brief zoom interview, I made my way down here.

What is your educational background?
Bachelor of Arts in English from Rollins College – Winter Park, FL

What are some of your hobbies? What do you for fun?
After swimming competitively for 17 years, I’ve transitioned to land workouts and started doing
CrossFit.  On weekends above 75 degrees, you can find me at the beach!  Also, when the
opportunity arises, I write freelance articles for Mobile Bay Magazine.

How would you describe your role with the firm and how long have you been working at DDA?
I work elbow-to-elbow with Richard.  I’ve been at DDA for just over a year and love absorbing
all of the information possible.

What would you say motivates you?
The possibility—and hope—of impacting the world in some way.  I also love the idea of
connecting with a broad variety of people.  It’s fulfilling to be part of the team that can change
someone’s life.

Tell us your favorite song or what music you’re into lately?
Right now, I listen to Indie Pop and Alternative R&B

What makes DDA unique/special to you?
The workplace environment is unlike anything I’ve experienced.  We care about one another; we do anything we can to help one another; we are a family.

Ok last question, what is your guilty pleasure?
It’s cliché, but chocolate is my kryptonite.

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