Ricky in front of the Sullivan County Justice Center, which houses the Probate Division of Chancery Court.

"But the mere truth won't do. You must have a lawyer."

~ Dr. Allan Woodcourt, from Charles Dickens's Bleak House.

We have all heard the phrase that two things are certain in this life--death and taxes.  Thus, families often require an attorney to assist them either in the preparation of a Will or in the handling of the affairs of a family member after death.  Our firm can assist in these areas, and others.  

Because our office is adjacent to the Probate division of the Chancery Court in Blountville, we draft Last Wills and Testaments, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, and the other documents you need to provide your family peace of mind.  Similarly, should the health of a family member require the appointment of a Conservator, we can assist in that regard.

As a litigation firm, we also assist numerous clients in the administration of Estates and have considerable experience in the area of probate litigation. Should a Will Contest or other dispute arise, you can rest assured that Ricky has successfully handled these types of cases involving Estates in excess of a million dollars to Estates eventually deemed insolvent.

Probate and Wills