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September 2017 Archives

Downplaying the drama of disinheritance

When you are creating an estate plan, you have the freedom and opportunity to make your own decisions regarding what you want to happen to your assets. However, you will want to keep in mind how your decisions could affect your loved ones, especially if you make decisions that may seem mean, confusing or unfair. 

The next generation and your family business

If you're planning to keep your business in the family after you retire or pass away, there's more to it than grooming a successor. Your heirs' desire to run the business, their leadership capabilities, and technology and cultural changes should influence the decision. In addition to those factors, though, you need a succession plan that won't damage the business as it changes hands.

Why would I need a gun trust?

Estate planning has the potential to be more complicated than people realize when there are complicated assets involved. However, you might not know that you have complicated assets if you have not discussed your estate planning needs and goals with an attorney.

Pet owners: What you should know about creating a pet trust

Pets are an important member of many Tennessee families. They are protectors, companions and best friends that are with us through good times and bad. Considering all that a pet can bring to your life, it can be crucial that you take steps to protect your pet should you pass away.

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