Catherine is paralegal to Attorney Amelia Crotwell. She manages all of Amelia’s cases and keeps track of each client’s unique needs and planning strategies. She also assists Amelia in crafting customized legal documents to achieve clients’ goals, prepares documents for signings, follows up with clients about changes they desire, and assists with in-office and offsite signings. Clients may call Catherine directly for assistance when they have questions about the work being completed on their behalf or when they need to schedule an appointment or phone call with Amelia. Catherine’s many years of experience as a paralegal make her an effective and efficient problem-solver, and clients appreciate her warmth, compassion, and excellent sense of humor.
East Tennessee State University, B.S. in Criminal Justice, A.A.S. in Law Enforcement, Paralegal Certificate, 1992
My clients and their families are often stressed because of the important decisions and transitions they are facing. I value being able to serve as part of an empathetic support system, all while assisting them as they address and make important life decisions for themselves and their loved ones.
After working in the personal injury and workers’ compensation areas of law for the last several years, it is exciting to learn a new area of law. Being a member of the ELET team allows me to develop relationships with entire families rather than just one individual.
I love that my fellow co-workers are some of the most compassionate and giving individuals, and that we are able to provide much-needed services for our community and surrounding counties.
When I am not working, I am spending time with family, friends, and my two four-legged babies. I enjoy attending concerts, traveling, and almost any type of sporting event.
I enjoy riding my motorcycle, and am a huge hockey fan.