Kelly Henry TurnerNebraska Estate Planning Attorney, Probate Litigator and Mediator - Goosmann Law
- Probate, Business Law, Elder Law ...
- Illinois, Nebraska
Attorney Kelly Henry Turner is a passionate advocate ready to help individuals, families and institutions find peace in times of turmoil or planning for their future. Her gentle and detailed approach help client’s diffuse conflicts as well as helping them identify the best approach or course of action to achieve their desired goals. Kelly prides herself on being transparent with her clients and helps them see the flaws in their cases from the get-go so conflicts can be resolved in a more timely and cost-effective manner.
Kelly is a trained Mediator who has successfully assisted parties resolve probate, workplace and contract disputes as well as creating thoughtful parenting plans and property settlements.
Kelly's grew up in small town Nebraska and is proud to call Nebraska her home. She is is a local attorney, dedicated mother, wife, and advocate for her clients.
- Probate Administration, Probate Litigation, Will Contests
- Business Law
- Business Contracts, Business Dissolution, Business Finance, Business Formation, Business Litigation, Franchising, Mergers & Acquisitions, Partnership & Shareholder Disputes
- Elder Law
- Estate Planning
- Guardianship & Conservatorship Estate Administration, Health Care Directives, Trusts, Wills
- Education Law
- Mediation - Probate, Contract and Family Conflicts
- Trust Administration
- Microsoft Teams
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Supreme Court of Illinois
- Nebraska State Bar Association
- English: Spoken, Written
- Senior Counsel & Mediator
- Goosmann Law Firm, PLC
- - Current
- Estate planning, probate administration, guardianship, probate litigation, family law mediation, probate mediation, arbitration proceedings.
- Drew Law Firm P.C. L.L.O.
- Experienced in interpreting legal regulations, rules and laws for individuals and business entities to advise clients on liabilities, compliance, legal rights and obligations. Proficient in drafting pleadings, discovery, case management, trial preparation, settlement negotiation, preparing examination, and cross examination of witnesses. Skilled in gathering evidence to support legal position and proffering reasoned persuasive arguments to the court. I serve as legal advocate and advisor to individuals and businesses on legal issues involving human resource issues, EEOC complaints, business transactions, contract disputes, real estate purchases, property damage litigation, estate planning, probate administration, guardianship, special education law, dissolution of marriage, juvenile and personal injury matters. Extensive experience in drafting pleadings, estate plans, LLC formations, corporate transfers, reviewing leases, and real estate transfers, serving as Guardian ad Litem and assi
- The Law Offices of Kelly Henry Turner, Omaha NE
- Served as advocate and advisor on legal issues involving contract, probate administration guardianship, personal injury, juvenile, employment law and criminal matters. Defined case issues, weaknesses and strengths of either side, litigation support, deposition review, and claim/settlement consultation for State Farm defense counsel. Experienced in defending as well as serving as Guardian ad Litem in area District Courts of Douglas, Dodge and Sarpy Counties and the County Courts of Douglas, Dodge, Washington, and Burt counties. Appointed as Special Deputy Attorney General for the Foster Care Review Board. Served as mediator for parties involved with contract probate and family law disputes. Speaker for continuing education seminars in the areas of probate and juvenile law.
- Richardson Stasko Boyd & Mack, LLC, Chicago, IL
- Purdue University - Purdue University
- University of Nebraska - Lincoln
- Loyola University Chicago School of Law
- J.D. | Law
- Honors: Consumer Law Review, Executive Editor Rose Marie Russo Scholarship Recipient
- Activities: Elder Law Initiative European Comparative Law Program/International Law Program Oxford, England and Rome, Italy
- Rose Marie Russo Scholarship Recipient
- Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Chicago, IL J.D.
- Nebraska State Bar Association
- - Current
- Illinois Bar Association
- - Current
- The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior, Clifton D. Bryant, Editor-in-Chief. Volume 2, Crime and Juvenile Delinquency - Taylor & Francis Publishers
- Presenter Probate and Juvenile, Nebraska Bar Association Continuing Education - Probate and Juvenile
- Nebraska Bar Association
- Certificate - Approved Nebraska Mediator
- Nebraska Office of Dispute Resolution
Topics Include: -Wills -Powers of Attorney -Successor GuardianshipsAnswering Your Questions About Estate Planning with Attorney Stefan Szwarc
In this episode they discuss: -What an estate consist of -The difference between wills and trusts -Who are the people that should be looking into a trust -What a revocable living trust is -The unique laws surrounding South Dakota trustsEstate Planning Drama: What Happens If You Don’t Plan Now?
-It’s Estate Planning Awareness Week! Oct 19th - 25th -What are the disadvantages of not having a plan? -When does probate come into play? How does it work? -What are the best ways to avoid the cost the probate? -How our Trust Law Counsel Team can helpWhen Do You Need To Start Or Update Your Estate Plan?
Why it's important to start an estate plan How often/when to update your plan How to get started Options offered at Goosmann Law
- Q. If my sister and I inherited a house from our parents, and my sister dies, so I now own all of the house?
- A: The answer would depend on how you and the sister owned the house. If the house is owned as Tenants-in-Common, each owns an undivided interest in the property. The deceased sister's interest would pass through her estate. If the property is owned in Joint Tenancy with Rights of Survivorship the deceased sister's ownership would be transferred to you as the remaining owner.
- Q. Does a court go off the last Will made?
- A: If the Will is valid the Court will admit the most recent recently executed Will. The Will could be challenged if there is any concern for undue influence, capacity or fraud.
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