Tennessee readers understand how important it is to make plans for the future and ensure they have the right legal documents in place. Estate planning is a smart step for virtually everyone, regardless of age, health status, income levels and more. One person who provided a wonderful example of proper, thoughtful estate planning was George Washington.

Washington was more than a dedicated Revolutionary War hero and an exemplary first President of the United States. He was a thoughtful planner and family member, and he was very conscientious about what would happen to his estate after he passed. His will was thorough and detailed, and by doing it this way, he maintained final say over what happened to his property, money and other parts of his estate. 

Washington also understood the importance of clearly communicating with beneficiaries and others who had something to do with his estate. Likewise, person will find it helpful to speak about his or her plans and goals with loved ones and beneficiaries. This can save time, money and a significant amount of stress when it comes time to settle the estate. It is also helpful to work with professionals who can help a Tennessee resident make the right plans for his or her situation.

Estate planning can be a complex process. Many people embarking on this process find it helpful to discuss their concerns with an experienced attorney who can help them make smart, practical choices. When it comes to hard-earned wealth and years of accumulated assets, a person will have peace of mind knowing that he or she gets the final say in what happens to it in the future. 

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