Faculty Profile: Angelia Nystrom

Angelia NystromUniversity of Tennessee Foundation 114 Morgan Hall 2621 Morgan Cir. Knoxville, TN 37996 Work Phone: (865) 974-7423Website: AdvanceUTIA.comEmail Address:
Previous Courses Taught (65)
  • Probate 102: Tax Returns, Title and Discovery of Assets
  • Probate 101: Jurisdiction and Client Interview
  • Estate Planning Part 1: What Should Be In The Estate Plan
  • Estate Planning Part 2: Confidentiality and Capacity
  • Wedding CLE at The Cordelle
  • Probate Part 1: Jurisdiction and Client Interview
  • Probate Part 2: Tax Returns, Title and Discovery of Assets
  • Estate Planning Part 2: Confidentiality and Capacity
  • Estate Planning Part 1: What Should Be In The Estate Plan
  • Unleashed: Hot Topics in Animal Law 2016
  • Probate Part 2: Tax Returns, Title and Discovery of Assets
  • Probate Part 1: Jurisdiction and Client Interview
  • Estate Planning & Probate Forum 2016
  • Estate Planning Part 2: Confidentiality and Capacity
  • Estate Planning Part 1: What Should Be In The Estate Plan
  • Flipping Houses: Advising Clients on Trends and Pitfalls
  • Estate Planning & Probate Forum 2015
  • Tennessee Estate Planning Law 102
  • Tennessee Estate Planning Law 101
  • Tennessee Probate Law 102
  • Tennessee Probate Law 101
  • Legal Handbook for Tennessee Seniors COPY
  • Legal Handbook for Tennessee Seniors (copy)
  • Restaurant CLE: Serving up Success at the Corner of Law and Food
  • The Business of Lawyering: Professional Development for Today's Attorneys
  • Basics of Probate in Tennessee 102 [Mobile Ready]
  • Basics of Probate in Tennessee 101 [Mobile Ready]
  • Basics in Estate Planning 102 [Mobile Ready]
  • Basics in Estate Planning 101 [Mobile Ready]
  • Introducing Different Types of Evidence: Facebook and Texts
  • Introducing Different Types of Evidence: Photos
  • Introducing Different Types of Evidence: Laying a Foundation
  • Introducing Different Types of Evidence: Rules
  • Grow Your Practice: Internal and External Business Development
  • Grow Your Practice: Time Management
  • Grow Your Practice: Maximizing Your Online Profile
  • Succession Planning: Estate Planning for Your Practice
  • Succession Planning: Organization Management and Tips
  • Succession Planning: Why You Need To
  • Court Square Series 2013 in Johnson City
  • Probate in Tennessee: Basics 102
  • Probate in Tennessee: Basics 101
  • Estate Planning: Basics 102
  • Estate Planning: Basics 101
  • How to Introduce Different Types of Evidence
  • Growing Your Practice and Your Career:
  • Law Practice Succession for Small Firms or Solo Practitioners
  • Basics of Probate in Tennessee 102
  • Basics of Probate in Tennessee 101
  • Basics of Estate Planning 102
  • Basics of Estate Planning 101
  • The Estate Tax Repeal
  • Ethical Issues for the Estate Planner
  • Estate Planning Update 2010
  • Estate Planning for the Business Owner
  • Elder Law Issue for the Estate Planner
  • Current Issues in Probate Practice: A View from the Courthouse
  • General Practice 2009: Wills & Estates
  • Estate Planning Forum 2010
  • General Practice Summit 2009
  • General Practice: Wills & Estates
  • General Practice Summit 2008
  • Estate Planning: Ethical Considerations re: Client's Mental Capacity
  • Wills, Trusts and Estates
  • General Practice Summit 2007
Biography

Angelia M. Nystrom is the Director of Specialty Programs for the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture. Prior to joining the UTIA, she was the Director of Planned Giving for the University of Tennessee Foundation. Before UT, she was an attorney in private practice for nearly 18 years, spending the last 11 years at Baker Donelson in the Nashville and Knoxville offices. She received her law degree from Mercer University and was a visiting scholar at the University of Tennessee. She recently received an LLM in Estate Planning and Elder Law from Western New England University in Massachusetts. Her experience includes charitable gift planning, estate planning, estate and trust administration, real property transactions, conservatorships and guardianships, general corporate matters, probate litigation and use tax litigation. She is a frequent lecturer on estate planning, probate and elder care issues. Angelia is a member of the Knoxville Bar Association and is a regular contributor to DICTA, which is the Knoxville Bar’s monthly publication. She also serves on the Functions and Children’s Issues Committees. Ms. Nystrom is actively involved in the Tennessee Bar Association. She is Past Chair of the Estate Planning and Probate Section, and currently serves on its Executive Council. Additionally, she has served as coordinator for the Senior Law Handbook, as well as on the CLE Committee. She is a Fellow of the American, Tennessee and Knoxville Bar Foundations and the TBA YLD. She is on the Board of the Tennessee Bar Foundation and is Vice President of the Knoxville Estate Planning Council and the Treasurer for the Smoky Mountain Planned Giving Council. Additionally, she is involved in a number of other organizations, including the United Way of Greater Knoxville, Junior League Community Circle, Leadership Knoxville Curriculum Committee, the American Heart Association and Go Red for Women and is Past President of the Carson-Newman University’s Alumni Association. Ms. Nystrom is also a “Swim Mom” and serves as President of the University Swim Club in Knoxville and as Vice President of the Board of the Greater Knoxville Area Inter-club Swimming Association.