Estate planning with the needs of pets in mind

Making plans for the future is not always easy. In fact, it can be quite difficult for a person to think about the possibility of his or her passing and what will happen after. While it's not a pleasant thought, there are many benefits to estate planning and accounting for many things, including family pets. With the right plans in place and documents drafted, a Tennessee reader can look to the future with confidence.

What to do when you inherit a family business

When your parent established the small business that supported your Tennessee family for years, you may have had many conversations about you taking over the company when the time came. Perhaps your parent never defined what that time would be, but you assumed you would take over when your loved one decided to retire.

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