Estate Planning



Don't have a will? The Tennessee intestacy statutes direct how your property is distributed to family members in the event of your death. You need a will if you desire to direct where your property goes after your departure.


Powers of Attorney

A power of attorney is an instrument granting someone authority to act as agent or attorney-in-fact for the grantor.  There are four main types of powers of attorney (1) Limited, (2) General, (3) Durable, and (4) Springing. A power of attorney can  be an effective estate planning tool and critical in the event of a loved one's sudden incapacity. 


Trusts, Estate Administration, Probate of a Will, & Disputes Involving Wills, Estates, or Trusts

Administration of an Estate or Probating a Will can feel overwhelming during such an emotional time. An experienced attorney can make this less stressful by assisting you at each step throughout the process. Our office can also assist you with conservatorships, the creation of trusts, and estate planning. Additionally, if you have a dispute over a trust, a will, or other probate matters in Tennessee, we may be able to help you.