Caitlin came to the firm after practicing family law and criminal defense. This, combined with her “hobby” of fighting full armored medieval combat tournaments across the United States (yes, it’s what you’re imagining), reassured us that she could easily tackle the most frustrating of adversaries probate law could throw at her. She diplomatically states, “I enjoy negotiations and gravitate towards amicable solutions if possible, but when they aren’t, I am often prepared to do the research and throw the book down, so to speak.” Luckily for the opposing side, it’s just the book and not a two-handed broadsword.
When asked what her favorite part of practicing probate law is, Caitin says, “I enjoy finding creative solutions to a client’s problem, and helping clients work through these often emotionally taxing situations in a way that takes the stress off of them and lets them grieve. It’s basically the let-me-handle-the-legal-complications-so-you-can-focus-on-getting-through-these-emotions approach.”
If she’s not helping clients or training for fights, you can find Caitlin spending time with her rescue cat that acts like a dog, playing the guitar and piano, or finishing her first novel that she started when she was 12.
As if all that wasn’t enough, Caitlin is also an experienced film and TV actor (seriously, she has her own IMDB page), a devoted foodie, and a serious gamer. Most of us are convinced that Caitlin has a speed other than “all ahead full,” but there’s certainly reason for doubt.
Caitlin Revanna at a Glance