A Nashville Trial Attorney Handling Will And Probate Matters

The emotions after the death of a parent or another loved one affect family members differently. Disputes over the meaning of a provision in the will or missing money from a bank account can quickly become heated. Speaking with an attorney is often the first step toward finding a resolution.

My name is Rob McKinney and I've been an attorney for more than 20 years. I started my career with a judicial clerkship for a Nashville probate judge and know my way around the local probate courts in middle Tennessee. I also have compassion for what you are going through, because I've been there myself.

I represent families across the Nashville metro area with wills, estate administration and probate disputes.

Contesting A Will? You Need A Strong Advocate.

If a caregiver or sibling exerted influence to partially or completely disinherit you, it is crucial to discuss your concerns with a lawyer.

Depending on the case, a favorable result may be reached through negotiation or mediation. But in other will contests, a judge will need to decide, after a court trial, whether a testator (the person who made the will) had the mental capacity to update a will. I am one of just a few probate attorneys with the knowledge and considerable trial experience to go to court when necessary.

I provide objective and honest counsel to help you make sound decisions. Your case is my priority and my focus is on obtaining the best possible result that will meet your goals.

Schedule A Free Consultation Today

Do you need assistance drafting or updating your will? Were you unexpectedly left out of a will? To get legal help, call my Nashville office at 615-686-2115 or send me an email to schedule a free initial appointment.