Holly L. Youngblood, Esq.

Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer

Holly Youngblood serves as the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Youngblood Law, PLLC., as well as serving as an attorney representing our clients with skill, passion, and compassion.

A former teacher, Holly has the skill of taking complex issues and distilling them down into easy-to-understand parts giving her clients unmatched peace of mind and understanding in difficult family law cases. Even in cases with bad facts, Holly gives her clients peace of mind by providing a roadmap for improving the client’s position and by telling the client the truth of his or her situation so that the client can make informed decisions regarding the case.

Holly is experienced in handling large asset cases and litigating divorces involving businesses as assets. She is experienced in structuring settlements that factor in business valuations into the division of the estate.

Holly is a master negotiator and is a trained mediator. She uses these skills for the benefit of our clients when preparing for mediation. Along with the rest of the lawyers at Youngblood Law, Holly is trained in the collaborative method. Holly does her best to reach settlements that are in line with the client’s goals, when possible but is equally prepared to go to court when necessary. When Holly fights for a client in court, she comes ready and prepared to win.

Holly is married to the firm’s founder and senior attorney, Paul Youngblood. Paul and Holly have been happily married for sixteen years and have two children. Having both experienced failed marriages in the past and knowing the challenges of blended families firsthand, Paul and Holly put their personal experiences with divorce and rebuilding a better life to use in working with our clients.

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