We Treat You Like You Are Our Only Client

Carolyn Christoffersen is a transactional attorney who is committed to her clients and truly cares about each of them. Whether you need a will, power of attorney, or trust drafted; an estate probated; a business formed; contracts drafted or reviewed; or help with a real estate matter, Carolyn is there to be your partner throughout the entire process.

Carolyn holds her Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Mississippi, where she also earned her Masters and Bachelors of Accounting.  She has been a transactional attorney for several years with a focus on wills, estates, business formations, contracts and real estate.  Carolyn has recently expanded her practice to include probate administration and creditor’s rights work. She is licensed in both Tennessee and Mississippi, and holds memberships in each of the respective bar associations.   Carolyn also contributes to her community through involvement in the Mt. Juliet/West Wilson County Chamber of Commerce, where she serves as an Ambassador to the Chamber.

The Law Office of Carolyn Christoffersen is dedicated to providing affordable legal services to the communities of Middle Tennessee in need of a lawyer to handle wills and estate planning, probate administration, business formations, contracts, and real estate. Carolyn Christoffersen provides legal services throughout Middle Tennessee, including Wilson County, Davidson County, Sumner County, Rutherford County, Williamson County, and their surrounding areas.

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