Caitlin is an associate at Young Moore and focuses her practice on estate planning and administration, asset protection, and business transactions. Before joining Young Moore, Caitlin spent several years practicing law at an estate planning and real estate firm in Raleigh while also serving as a Guardian ad Litem attorney volunteer for Wake County. She is skillful in listening to and engaging with clients to determine what strategy best suits their needs, with such clients ranging from those needing revisions to existing estate plans or those starting from ground zero. These strategies typically address matters such as asset protection and preservation as well as probate avoidance. Her clients range from needing simple wills to more complex trusts. Caitlin enjoys working with her clients to find the best solution and ensuring that her clients understand just what they are taking home with them.

Caitlin attended law school at Wake Forest University School of Law. There she was on the board of editors for the Wake Forest University Journal of Law and Policy and worked with the school’s Advance Directives’ Clinic. While attending law school, she served as an intern at a family law and estate planning firm and, also, as an intern in the legal department of a global cloud platform company.

Originating from Alabama, Caitlin lives with her husband in Raleigh. She enjoys spending her free time being outdoors, cooking, and discovering new things to do in the Triangle area.

Education & Bar Admissions

  • J.D., Wake Forest University School of Law, 2017
  • B.S., College of Charleston, Anthropology, 2014


  • North Carolina

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October 16, 2018
Young Moore and Henderson, P.A., in conjunction with Wake County Medical Society, invites you to join us for a complimentary dinner and seminar designed specifically for medical care providers.

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