Wills and Estate PlanningYour family will thank you for planning ahead.
Now is the perfect time.
If you die without a will, Tennessee law determines what happens to your property and who cares for your children.
And if you are incapacitated, you want to be sure that the right person is making medical and financial decisions on your behalf.
Without an estate plan you leave important decisions to chance—or to the government.
Attorney Carla Grebert will listen to you so that she understands your unique needs, and she will craft an estate plan that benefits the people or organizations that matter to you and that protects your interests and wishes.
Your estate plan may include:
- Powers of Attorney
- Healthcare Power of Attorney
- Living Will
Call or send a message to Carla to plan for this most important stage of life.
From the Blog
Can I write my own will or use a form I found online?
The bottom line: Tennessee law does not prohibit you from a DIY will; however, you risk writing a will that is incomplete or that does not comply...
When should I update my will or estate plan?
The bottom line: Meet with your estate planning attorney after any significant life change or every five years, whichever comes first. A change in...
Do I need a will if I am single and have no children?
The bottom line: Yes. Without a will, Tennessee law decides who gets your dog, your car, and everything else you leave behind. When you die...