Barron Publishing Co. | From Estate Planning to Studebakers
Founded in 2002 and headquartered in Lancaster, Pa., Barron Publishing Co. is an independent publisher of books across select categories. To date, Barron Publishing has published more than 150 variations of titles across these categories.
Founded by attorney and author Mark L. James, Barron Publishing was launched as a platform for the development and publication of a series of educational estate planning books. The flagship book, Wills, Trusts and Your Estate Plan, has been customized for a number of markets (e.g., states, business owners, women, families). Barron Publishing has sold more than 20,000 copies of their estate planning books through sponsoring academic institutions, faith-based institutions, affinity groups, and other client organizations.
Most recently, Barron Publishing has expanded its reach into additional markets and has begun publishing full-color, hardbound and softbound photo books for Studebaker enthusiasts and collectors. Its publications have been endorsed by several top Studebaker collectors, historians, and authorities.
Founder & Author
Attorney Mark L. James has been advising estate planning clients for 25 years and has conducted thousands of estate planning interviews, workshops, and seminars. He has a particular interest in helping clients maximize the impact of their charitable giving. He is also an automotive enthusiast and avid Studebaker collector, exhibitor, and driver.
Professor Lynne Marie Kohm, J.D., is a professor of family law at Regent University’s School of Law in Virginia Beach, Va. She has written extensively about legal issues affecting women, children, and families, and often lectures to public forums on various aspects of estate planning.
Attorney Jeffrey P. Ouellet is a partner with the law firm of Appel & Yost LLP in Lancaster, Pa. He has more than 10 years of experience in working intimately with clients to help them achieve their estate planning and business succession goals. He regularly presents to other professionals on complex estate and business succession issues.
Do you have an interest in Barron Publishing's series of estate planning books? Please feel free to contact us by calling (814) 883-8067. You can also use the form found on our Contact page or reach us via email.