Attorney at Elder Law of East Tennessee Supports Seniors with Fast Track Estate Planning

New Hire Katie E. Wise, Elder Law Attorney at Elder Law of East Tennessee Supports Seniors with Fast Track Estate Planning

Online PR News – 11-June-2020 – Knoxville, TN – In January of 2020, Attorney Katie E. Wise was hired as a new elder law attorney to practice Estate Planning and Probate at Elder Law of East Tennessee (ELET). Katie’s arrival at the firm was timely in the face of the unprecedented challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, which has impacted our senior community the hardest.

As a result of the pandemic, ELET introduced a new service line called the Fast Track Estate Plan, a service that is ideal for the person who knows who they want to make decisions for them in the event of an emergency, where they want their property to go if they die, and they are ready to make their decisions legally binding. With the assistance of Katie, clients have been able to quickly execute this essential planning with confidence knowing that they have a knowledgeable, compassionate, and detail-oriented advocate by their side.

Katie has a background in real estate law, which provides a unique perspective and adds a valuable area to planning for the future and executing essential legal documents.

"Katie offers exceptional attention to detail and thorough analysis of the planning issues clients face. Her background in real estate and title law add strength and diversity to our team overall because elder law, estate planning, and probate routinely touch on real property matters. We love having her and her scope of knowledge within the firm. When working with Katie, clients will appreciate her warmth, easy-going sense of humor, and respect for structure and deadlines. She will move mountains to deliver what the client wants or needs."
- Amelia Crotwell, Founder

When asked about the last six month’s Katie shared, “I’m excited to be at a dynamic office that truly puts clients' needs as the top priority. I’m a planner by nature so estate planning builds on my natural inclination to organize for the future. I feel strongly that planning ahead allows people to focus on what matters when a crisis occurs- their health and family, without fear of what will happen to their assets after they are gone.”

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