A comprehensive analysis of your finances and family situation to create the best plan for you.
Drafting a Last Will & Testament to match your goals.
Trust drafting and administration, when needed.
Asset reallocation, when needed.
Beneficiary designation review and advice.
Drafting Powers of Appointment when needed.
Drafting a Durable Power of Attorney (financial) and a Healthcare Power of Attorney (medical).
Drafting a Living Will or Advance Directive that clearly expresses your wishes.
Advice and guidance about gifts and estate taxes.
Estate planning gives you the ability to decide both who will benefit from your estate, and who will serve your estate in fiduciary roles after your death. Putting these plans in place now is one of the best gifts you can give your family in the future. If you don’t create your own estate plan, Tennessee Law determines who receives your assets.
Someone who passes without a will is referred to as intestate. Tennessee law determines how an intestate individual’s assets should be distributed. The law lays out the next of kin who will receive a portion of the decedent’s estate.
We make the process for estate planning easy and informative.
Amy Farrar wrote a careful version of a will for my late husband Richard and me in 2017. In the months and years since, she has listened and advised me during the changing landscapes of my life. Her work is outstanding!
Professor Emerita of English, Milligan University