At Young Law Office, P.C., we understand that every case is different, and every client has different needs. One client may prioritize returning to employment; another client may determine it is best to move on to a new employer. Other clients are looking for an amicable resolution to will and probate law situations. Maybe it’s time to tackle your probate case with the help of our experts
Initial Probate Consultations
If you have been named as an Executor (or Personal Representative) in a will, we can meet with you to review the will and inform you about the probate process. If you decide to retain the firm to handle the probate estate, we can provide you with our fees and information on the costs of probate, including filing fees, publication fees, and court costs.
Ensuring Fair Probate Outcomes
If you are a beneficiary of a will and are worried that you are not being treated fairly, we may be able to provide legal representation for you to ensure your rights are respected. If you suspect that a deceased loved one was manipulated, bullied, or deceived into leaving you out of a will, we may be able to represent you in a will contest lawsuit.
How Does Probate Work?
No matter what your situation is, our probate attorney is committed to helping you move forward. Probate is a legal document giving an Executor the authority needed to carry out the instructions of a will. The estate of the passed person will be shared out by the person they chose according to the instructions they gave in life.
M.M. Sevierville, Tennessee
"Katherine is an excellent attorney. She represented me in a legal matter. Katherine not only knows the law but cares about her clients. She kept me informed and explained everything to me in terms I could understand. Katherine also helped my husband and I draw up our wills, living wills and all documents we needed to insure our estate was left exactly the way we wanted. She made sure every detail was taken care of per our wishes. Katherine is an honest, hardworking, knowledgeable attorney. I would highly recommend her!"
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