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Drafting and executing a will can be tricky business

Whenever you draft your will without the help of an attorney, you run the risk of problems later on down the road. In the worst cases, the will gets challenged after you die by a disgruntled family member, and it gets completely nullified. This is an outcome you definitely want to avoid.

What happens during the probate process?

Probate is the legal process by which a deceased person's estate is distributed to his or her heirs. Probate is a necessary step following the death of any Tennessee resident. For most families, they are eager to get the probate process wrapped up and behind them as soon as possible, while also saving as much money as they can on the costs of the proceedings.

Potential probate problems for the Prince estate

Three heirs of Prince's multi-million-dollar estate were considering the removal of the bank that is administrating the deceased pop star's estate. The heirs have threatened to remove the bank of the financial institution unless it changes the way it involves the family members in the estate administration process.

Representing grieving family members in Davidson

Davidson families tend to be close-knit with a lot of love and appreciation for one another. That's why, when a loved one is lost due to an unexpected death or illness, it can leave family members in a state of serious grief and turmoil. It's hard enough to go about your daily tasks when you're constantly thinking about the loved one you'll never see again. Trying to add probate and estate administration responsibilities onto this makes things even more difficult for surviving family members.

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