She works with clients in both Tennessee and Georgia on elder law and special needs planning and care coordination, as well as solving disputes involving large estates and complicated assets. Clients count on Rebecca to guide them through conservatorships, both contested and uncontested, sometimes advising on whether a conservatorship is even necessary and who might be ideal to appoint. She is also routinely appointed by courts to serve as guardian ad litem or attorney ad litem and has served as conservator and guardian as well. Rebecca seeks cost-effective solutions and also strives to offer strategic alternatives to best meet her client's goals. Rebecca's strong understanding of family dynamics plays a crucial role, especially when she's serving as a Rule 31 Listed General Civil and Family Mediator. She understands both the legal challenges and emotional difficulties often associated with her clients' cases.