Kellie Truslow

Kellie Truslow: Attorney with Golightly Mulligan & Morgan PLC

Biography

Kellie is a native Richmonder, growing up in Glen Allen. Kellie graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond with a bachelor’s degree in History and then enrolled in law school in North Carolina.

Growing up watching her grandparents taught her nothing is more important than protecting your family, your estate, and your wishes. She believes this experience has influenced her commitment to making sure clients estate wishes are known and followed. That is why she has decided to spend her associate attorney life helping families and singles make the estate planning process easier on everyone involved.

Kellie takes pride in drafting the essential documents that give her client control of what happens and what doesn’t happen to their estate. Helping them ensure they've protected their loved ones and leave a legacy they want to be remembered by.

Areas of Practice (1)

  • Estate Planning and Administration

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
804-215-3073  Phone
804-658-3873  Phone
804-658-3894  Fax
www.golightlylaw.com/our-people/kellie-truslow-estate-planning-attorney-richmond-va
University Attended:
Virginia Commonwealth University, B.A., History, 2013
Law School Attended:
University of North Carolina School of Law., J.D., 2017
Year of First Admission:
2017
Admission:
2017, Virginia
ISLN:
1000102500

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Richmond, Virginia

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