"My main goal is to protect my clients' financial and personal interests when it comes to estates, trusts and guardianships."

Kathleen Tanner Beduze

Senior Associate
713.752.8635
kbeduze@craincaton.com
Education
Baylor University School of Law, J.D. 2008

Davidson College, B.S. Psychology, Neuroscience Concentration, Spanish minor, 2005
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Kathleen Tanner Beduze focuses her practice on fiduciary litigation, estate and probate administration, and general civil litigation. She represents trustees, administrators, guardians, and executors with administrative matters relating to their fiduciary roles. She also represents individuals in connection with will contests, contested guardianships, and the interpretation and modifications of trusts and estates.

Her need to help people and their caretakers arrange for a secure future began in college while pursuing a psychology degree with a concentration in neuroscience at Davidson College. Through her study of the human mind and the psychology that motivates people’s actions, Kathleen honed her skills to resolve conflicts and find answers to complicated problems, which often include emotional motivations.

Whether it is counseling clients through tough times, or times of progress and development, she is committed to helping her clients achieve their legal objectives. Kathleen’s desire to make a difference was the driving force behind her legal career after a summer clerkship at the 13th Court of Appeals and an internship for Federal Judge Janis Graham Jack in 2007.

Kathleen studied abroad in Spain and Costa Rica, and is fluent in written and spoken Spanish. Kathleen’s service and commitment to her clients earned her a Pro Bono Achievement Award.

An avid traveler, Kathleen has: caught green sea turtle eggs in Costa Rica; gone on safari in Tanzania, Kenya, and South Africa; trekked silverback gorillas in Rwanda; and received a pearl certification through the Gemological Institute of America after attending school in Hong Kong. 


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