Annie K. T. Warner


Annie K. T. Warner, Anderson 1998

Annie Warner has a passion for serving others and seeing positive results.  Through her work with families and individuals in estate planning, special needs planning and elder law, she has found joy in making a difference.  Throughout her career Annie has helped hundreds of clients find peace through planning – whether it be estate planning, settlement planning, special needs or elder law issues.

Annie was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio and graduated from Anderson High School. While at Anderson she performed with the Anderson Theater program, played violin in the orchestra and ranked as a top performing student. She continued on to DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana for her bachelor’s degree. Annie then ventured across the country to attend Loyola Law School of Los Angeles (Loyola Marymount), where she received her Juris Doctorate degree and began practicing law.  After practicing as a civil litigator in Los Angeles, she moved back to Cincinnati and began focusing on legal advocacy and problem solving through her work in special needs planning and government benefit preservation. 

Warner Law Firm, LLC was established in 2012 as an endeavor to bring experience and advocacy to the vulnerable clients and has grown to serve families of all shapes and sizes in a variety of areas. 

With a heart for service, in 2015 Annie founded Anchor for Special Needs, Inc., a non-profit pooled special needs trust organization serving disabled individuals through the administration of trust funds and protection of government benefits.  Serving as the Director of Anchor until 2018 she grew its assets under management to around ten million dollars.  

She has served in various leadership and board positions throughout the city, including for the Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati and several privately held companies.

Annie is solidly invested in her local community, establishing her business in Anderson Township; serving as the Board Chair for the Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce; a committee member for the Forest Hills Foundation for Education; and as a frequent classroom volunteer at her children’s school. 

Annie lives in Anderson with her husband, Dave, and their three sons.