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Tips to help you avoid probate

After you die, your estate will go through the Tennessee courts in a process called probate. This is when the court oversees the distribution of your assets and ensures all debts you owe are repaid. Some people mistakenly believe if they create a will, their estate...

What not to put in your will

Anyone of sound mind can create their own will fairly easily. To make a legally binding will in Tennessee, you must put your wishes in writing and get the document signed by two witnesses. These witnesses should not be beneficiaries, and they should be in your – and...

Will taxes impact your estate?

When creating an estate plan, you may have a variety of concerns to address. You may want to provide for your family, protect your underage children, support loved ones with special needs or achieve a variety of other goals. However, if you do not consider the impact...

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