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Witness Requirements for a Will in Tennessee

February 28, 2022 | Estate Planning | Blog

One of the main issues that I see with a Last Will and Testament people can create online or not in front of an attorney is that they don’t meet the witness requirements of Tennessee…

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Holographic wills
Holographic Will Requirements in Tennessee

Holographic Will Requirements in Tennessee

February 14, 2022 | Estate Planning | Blog

In my prior two blogs, I discussed the witness requirements in Tennessee for a traditional, typed out will, and a nuncupative will.   Now, let us turn our attention to holographic wills. Holographic wills are wills…

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12 Days of Giving 2017 Day 11: James Betts Chose St Jude’s Children Hospital

December 25, 2017 | 12 Days of Giving 2017 | News

To learn more and donate, please visit www.stjude.org 

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12 Days of Giving 2017 Day 10: Connie Carden Chose Brooks House

12 Days of Giving 2017 Day 10: Connie Carden Chose Brooks House

December 24, 2017 | 12 Days of Giving 2017 | News

This is a place of refuge for women and children during hard times and unfavorable domestic situations. They provide warmth, food and a caring environment. To Learn More and Donate, visit www.brookshouse.org

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12 Days of Giving 2017 Day 9: Daphne Jones Chose Brooks House

12 Days of Giving 2017 Day 9: Daphne Jones Chose Brooks House

December 23, 2017 | 12 Days of Giving 2017 | News

I would like to share with the community the Brooks House in Lebanon, Tennessee. Brooks House opened in 2008 as a transitional, non-emergency shelter to help families in need. BH has the capacity to house up…

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12 Days of Giving 2017 Day 8: Sarah Alsup Chose the Gideons

12 Days of Giving 2017 Day 8: Sarah Alsup Chose the Gideons

December 22, 2017 | 12 Days of Giving 2017 | News

What better gift can you give at CHRISTmas time than the gift of God’s Word?  A Bible can give you the gift of love, hope, comfort, and redemption. We celebrate Christmas because of the birth…

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12 Days of Giving 2017 Day 7: Sherri McDonald Chose Campfire Christian Youth Camp

12 Days of Giving 2017 Day 7: Sherri McDonald Chose Campfire Christian Youth Camp

December 21, 2017 | 12 Days of Giving 2017 | News

It is a Christian youth camp to help empower youth with all the things they face in life such as bullying and they are focused on suicide prevention as well. The website is https://www.wearecampfire.org. – Sherri McDonald

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12 Days of Giving 2017 Day 6: Danielle Imbaratto Chose Pancreatic Cancer Action Network

12 Days of Giving 2017 Day 6: Danielle Imbaratto Chose Pancreatic Cancer Action Network

December 20, 2017 | 12 Days of Giving 2017 | News

Pancan is close to my heart because I have seen what Pancreatic Cancer can do to a family. Pancreatic Cancer has one of the lowest survival rates and receives the least amount of awareness. My…

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12 Days of Giving 2017 Day 5: Hunter Thrasher Chose St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital

12 Days of Giving 2017 Day 5: Hunter Thrasher Chose St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital

December 19, 2017 | 12 Days of Giving 2017 | News

The reason why this charity is near and dear to my heart is that growing up in the Memphis area, I saw firsthand the importance of the work that this organization accomplishes. They are pioneering…

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12 Days of Giving 2017 Day 4: Sharon Liberti Chose Sherry’s Run

12 Days of Giving 2017 Day 4: Sharon Liberti Chose Sherry’s Run

December 18, 2017 | 12 Days of Giving 2017 | News

Charity Starts at home. Charity is helping those more unfortunate than us. Throughout our lives, we often stumble upon charity organizations and underprivileged people. But what, really is charity? I realized, for the first time…

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