The estate planning lawyers at Puryear, Newman & Morton, PLLC have the extensive resources and knowledge of estate law that you need to navigate the process of drafting a Will that specifies all of your wishes regarding the disposition of your property and assets after your death. Clients often ask us if they really need a Will. We tell them that without a valid Will in place when they die, their hard-earned assets can end up in the wrong hands.
Drafting a Will does not take as much time as people tend to think. It might only take a few hours to construct, depending on the size and complexity of the estate. Get in touch with our law firm today so we can discuss how you want your assets distributed and who you want to include in your will.
When you establish a Trust, you create a fiduciary relationship with a person of your choosing who will manage the assets or funds you include in the Trust. There are a variety of different trusts that you can include in your estate plan, including:
- Living Revocable Trust
- Irrevocable Trust
- Special Needs Trust
- Asset Protection Trust
- Charitable Trust
- Spendthrift Trust
To determine which Trust is right for your estate plan, please call (615) 933-2366 today to speak to one of our knowledgeable estate planning lawyers.
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If you fail to handle important estate planning matters before your death, such as drafting a will or creating a trust, then the loved ones in your life will be left to sort out your financial affairs. This process can be complicated, time consuming, and can deplete the financial assets in your estate. In addition to enduring the hassle of the probate process, disputes over the disposition of your property can occur among your family and other parties that might otherwise benefit financially from your estate after your death. If you have a detailed estate plan, you can go live your life feeling confident that your final wishes will be honored after your death.
At Puryear, Newman & Morton, PLLC, our dedicated team of estate planning professionals has been helping clients throughout Franklin, Nashville, and the Middle Tennessee area for more than 20 years, and we have more than 100 years of combined legal experience on our side. We know firsthand how important it is to have trustworthy and efficient legal advocates in your corner to ensure your best interests are protected. We are prepared to get to work drafting the legal documents you need to transfer wealth and property to your intended beneficiaries after your death.
To speak to an estate planning professional at our law firm, please call us today at (615) 933-2366 to schedule your consultation. We proudly serve clients throughout Nashville and Middle Tennessee.
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