Before I tell you more about revocable living trusts (RLT), I want to tell you that my father was once a Probate Judge and he insisted that I draft an RLT for him and my mother. I and my ex-wife … Continue reading
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A recent Tennessee court decision has invalidated many wills. Watch out if your will contains an “Affidavit” and your witnesses signed only once. I have used such wills successfully many times in the Shelby County Probate Court. But no more! Call me … Continue reading