Cathy Grady Conley
General practitioner with office locations in McMinnville, Fayetteville and Tullahoma
Disability and Social Security Claims
Filing for Social Security Disability benefits and being denied benefits is very frustrating for families, but don't give up. As a Coffee County Social Security Disability attorney for more than 35 years, Cathy Grady Conley has been assisting clients with reviewing claims, reapplying and filing appeals. Contact her for a no-obligation review of your case.
Wills, trusts and estate planning
Planning your estate through the use of wills, trusts and powers of attorney can be one of the most constructive and rewarding things you can do for your family. There are numerous tools and strategies available for managing every estate from simple to complex.
Elder law and probate
With the nation's baby boomers entering their golden years we are seeing more and more cases of elder abuse and other issues affecting the health and well-being of senior citizens. If you should become incapacitated or disabled without a proper living will, trust or powers of attorney, the probate process and courts will determine a guardian to make decisions regarding your care and estate. Therefore it is important to protect your loved ones as well as your own wishes through health care directives and estate planning.
Real estate deeds and transfers
Cathy counsels clients in real estate law, including deeds and transfers. There are a variety of deeds available and an experienced attorney can help you decide which is right for your situation.
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy laws and guidelines keep changing; however there are still options for you to file bankruptcy and remain in your home and keep some of your possessions. As an experienced attorney, Cathy can help you determine which bankruptcy option might be right for you and your family so you can focus on improving your financial future.
When families have legal issues requiring assistance, such as adoption procedures, divorce, and determining child custody and visitation agreements, it's important to select an experienced attorney who will listen to your needs and provide sound legal advice to help you reach your goals. Helping families get through the emotional anxieties and confusion that are intrinsic in such life-changing events is very rewarding for Cathy.
200 North Washington Street
McMinnville - branch
477 N. Chancery St.
What distinguishes your law firm from others?
With more than 25 years of experience providing legal services throughout middle Tennessee, Cathy Grady Conley knows how important it is to feel a sense of trust when discussing your legal issues with a lawyer. We offer reasonable fees, and flat fees are available for some services so you know upfront what your costs will be. Contact our office most consultations are free.
The attorney is Cathy Grady Conley. She supervises staff in two offices, Tullahoma and McMinnville, Tennessee. Attorney Cathy Grady Conley has been licensed in Tennessee (license # 004567) since she graduated from University of Memphis. Her undergraduate study was at the University of Georgia. She is a native of Chattanooga. She has a general, civil practice focusing on estate, trust, family and consumer law. She was formerly the senior citizensâ attorney for a 13-county south central Tennessee area.
5% of Practice Devoted to Litigation
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Tennessee, 1984
U.S. District Court Middle District of Tennessee, 1976
Memphis State University School of Law, Memphis, Tennessee
J.D., Doctor of Jurisprudence - 1976
University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
B.A. - 1969