Soon Young

Kwon

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Nashville, TN
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in TN
Payment Plans Accepted
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About Soon Young

Family law, probate, and estate planning

Top Case Types

Divorce: 16.67%

Power of Attorney: 16.67%

Conservatorship/Estate Guardianship: 16.67%

Probate: 16.67%

Trusts: 16.67%

Wills: 16.67%

Languages Spoken

Korean, English

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Education

University of Tennessee College of Law

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Rates

Last Service Flat Fee Hourly Fee *
Litigation - $250/hr
Wills $500 -
Agreed Divorce w/o Children $1000 -
Agreed Divorce with Children $2000 -
Basic Estate Planning for Individual $3000 -
Basic Estate Planning for Couple $5000 -
Power of Attorney $500 -
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