When people prepare to create an estate plan, they want to control what they have while they are still alive. They also want to ensure proper management and protection is in place should they become disabled later in life.
Additionally, people want their assets passed to the correct individuals at the correct time. When assets are passed on to loved ones, it should be done so in a manner that protects their wisdom and their wealth.
For business owners, passing on a company can be a complicated process. Aside from the matter of who owns the company, you may also want the business to run a certain way or within specific parameters.
A lawyer who understands all aspects of estate law will be able to help you create a plan that conveys your interests to your loved ones.
After a lifetime of innovation and building a successful career, you probably have a good idea of where you want your assets to go. You want your loved ones to be able to enjoy the reward of everything you have in mind for them without the hassle of battling over who will get what.
Our legacy planning services can include:
Being able to protect your assets for future generations is essential. There are many pieces to an estate plan and deciding what parts will meet your needs can be difficult. Talking to an experienced Southeast Tennessee attorney who understands the details of estate planning can help you know the best ways to pass down your legacy.
Founding attorney John Edward Nanney is a member of the National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys. This relationship allows our firm to offer alliance benefits with Docubank and Directive Communications Systems.