Yates Campbell & Hoeg LLP

Specific Things I Do:
-Create wills, trusts (all kinds), powers of attorney, and medical directives
-Assist with probate of wills and the carrying out the instructions in wills
-Help trustees administer trusts properly
-Advise beneficiaries about their rights
-Create and alter business entities

Best Part of My Job:
My clients. Getting to know them–and being able to help them–is a joy.

Philosophy major at Georgetown, law school at George Washington, and an LL.M. in estate planning at the University of Miami.

Before Yates Campbell & Hoeg:
Solo trusts and estates lawyer, litigation paralegal, health law research assistant, legal intern at whistleblower protection firm, retail clothing salesperson, tennis coach’s assistant.

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