July 1

You’d die for them. What if you did?


I know, Debbie Downer for talking about dying at the start of a long holiday weekend, right?

But face it — holiday, summer, cookouts and keggers — like your Momma always said, what if you got hit by a truck on the way home?

If you don’t have a will, the state is going to decide what happens to everything you’ve left behind. Your kids, your property, even your animals. All decided by a clerk in the probate office.

You don’t want that.

MOST people just need a simple will to spell out who gets what, who they want to care for their children, and who is going to take their pets. Nothing complicated. That and a few other forms will take a major load off your mind.

Usually it’s way expensive. Usually.

Doesn’t need to be, not for a simple setup, not when most of it can be done via the internet.

If you’re a resident of Tennessee, have I got a deal for you!

Next week, I’m doing nothing but wills and a few appellate documents. If you’ve got a simple situation, it’ll cost you $50. To get less expensive than that, you can go down to the library and check out a book on How to Write Your Own Will.

Personal attention? Yep, absolutely. We’ll talk everything over and you’ll have plenty of chances to make changes, now or later. You’ll have my email and phone number. But if you really need fancy paneling and plush carpet, this isn’t for you.

If you want a simple will, a Power of Attorney for Pet Care, and a Durable Power of Attorney, give me a yell. There’s a link on the top menu you can follow to start the process.


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