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What Makes a Property a Commercial Real Estate Property?

What Makes a Property a Commercial Real Estate Property?

June 30, 2022 | Real Estate Law | Blog

Commercial real estate property can seem simple from the outset. It’s a piece of property you use to run a business, as opposed to the residential property you live on. But then how does an…

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copyright law
Why Should You Care About Copyright Law?

Why Should You Care About Copyright Law?

June 16, 2022 | Business Law | Blog

You have the right to copyright your work if your business produces content of any kind. That’s not hyperbole, if you’ve created music for your store, videos for your business’s social media, or the art…

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Beneficiaries Trump Wills

Beneficiaries Trump Wills

June 9, 2022 | Estate Planning | Blog

There are many misconceptions among people regarding estate planning. For example, your spouse with whom you share children does not automatically inherit your entire estate if you pass away. This is an awfully big surprise…

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Nuncupative Will Requirements
Nuncupative Will Requirements

Nuncupative Will Requirements

May 20, 2022 | Estate Planning | Blog

In a prior post, we discussed the witness requirements in Tennessee for a traditional, typed-out will. Now we will discuss the requirements for nuncupative, also known as oral wills, and holographic wills. What are Nuncupative…

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Broke person opening an empty wallet.
Why Bother With Estate Planning While I’m Young And Broke?

Why Bother With Estate Planning While I’m Young And Broke?

May 18, 2022 | Estate Planning | Blog

There is a common myth that estate planning is only for the elderly or the wealthy; maybe even only for the elderly and wealthy. This myth shows that few really know what estate planning involves.…

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An empty will.

The Tennessee Intestacy Myth

May 3, 2022 | Estate Planning | Blog

There is a myth in Tennessee about intestacy that I hear often: if you die intestate, your property will naturally be distributed to the right people. By “right people,” they typically mean their family. While…

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House with taxes below it.
A Big Break On Estate Tax In Tennessee

A Big Break On Estate Tax In Tennessee

April 28, 2022 | Estate Planning | News

Every new year brings new taxes. Fortunately, for people in Tennessee, estate tax is likely one they won’t have to worry about. Estate taxes change frequently, and it can be difficult to understand what federal…

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Why is Owner’s Title Insurance Important?

Why is Owner’s Title Insurance Important?

April 20, 2022 | Real Estate Law | News

Are you currently buying or selling a home? Is this your first time buying or selling a home? If so, you should probably consider owner’s title insurance. There are a lot of questions people have…

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Eviction Notice
Eviction Notices

Eviction Notices

April 7, 2022 | Real Estate Law | News

Landlord-Tenant Law is an area of law where so many decide to represent themselves without guidance from a lawyer. It seems like a good idea to some because they will save on attorney fees. However,…

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A deed.
Types Of Deeds In Tennessee

Types Of Deeds In Tennessee

March 29, 2022 | Real Estate Law | News

In Tennessee, there are different types of deeds. First, let’s define what “deed” means. It can be confusing because the term, “Deed,” also refers to a Deed of Trust. A Deed of Trust is the…

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