Sandy, UT Elder Law, Estate Planning, Probate and Business Law Attorney
Sandy, UT Elder Law, Estate Planning, Probate & Guardianships Attorney
The Law Office of Kathie Brown Roberts, P.C. assists clients in Sandy, UT and throughout Salt Lake County with Elder Law, Estate Planning, Probate and Estate Administration and Guardianships and Conservatorships.
The firm's managing attorney, Kathie Brown Roberts, JD, CELA, is currently one of three attorneys in the state of Utah certified as a Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation, the only elder law program accredited by the American Bar Association. With over twenty-two years of experience, Kathie is also a past Chair of the Elder Law Section of the Utah State Bar, and a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), ElderCounsel. She is a member of the Pro Bono Committee of the Elder-Law Section of the Utah State Bar and has actively provided volunteer legal services to local senior centers for the past several years.
She is extremely trustworthy and knowledgeable
“I would give Ms. Roberts the highest recommendation. She is extremely trustworthy and knowledgeable. She was very supportive during a difficult time. She is the very best.”
Kathie Roberts is an excellent Attorney!
“Mrs. Roberts didn't waste any time getting to the facts and potential course we could go with our case. Kathie and her staff were excellent in directing us in what we needed and advising us with all the legalities.”
“Kathie and her team are the most caring and professional individuals in the field of Trust Law, Estate Planning, and Elder Law. Kathie is an exceptional attorney and I would recommend and encourage anyone needing her expertise to contact her.”
Best Legal Counsel ever!!
“I cannot express the gratitude I feel for Kathie Brown-Roberts. My mother and I were thrown into a frivilous law suit and Kathie knew exactly what to do and who we needed on our team to help. She guided us every step of the way.”
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