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Comprehensive Estate Planning Services To Help Secure Your Future

You are never too old or too young to have a comprehensive estate plan in place. Whether you just had your first child and want to identify a guardian or want to ensure certain people inherit your assets, an estate plan is the best way to secure your future.

Our estate planning attorneys at McKinnish Law Group have decades of combined experience helping clients in the Knoxville area establish estate plans that protect their assets and loved ones. We know that it is never easy to think about a time when you won’t have control over your decisions.

A Tailored Plan To Protect Your Loved Ones

An estate plan serves more functions than just determining who receives your property and assets after you pass away. It also serves as a way to protect your loved ones, make medical decisions and appoint guardians for your children. At McKinnish Law Group, we will thoroughly examine your circumstances before helping you prepare an estate plan tailored to your specific needs.

An estate plan may include a variety of documents and measures, including:

  • A will
  • Trusts
  • Powers of attorney
  • Health care directive
  • Guardianship appointments

Through a health care or advance directive, you can make important decisions about your own medical care and treatment, removing the burden from your family and power of attorney. For example, an advance directive allows you to make decisions on ventilators, feeding tubes and other life support measures. In a will, you can also establish specific burial and funeral instructions.

Without a will in Tennessee, your estate will go through the probate process, which can often take months and cause more difficulties for your loved ones and beneficiaries. The court will also decide who receives certain assets under Tennessee law. When you have an estate plan with a will, you can make these decisions today to ensure that the court honors your wishes in the future.

Let’s Get Started On Your Estate Plan Today

The estate planning process can easily become overwhelming. You do not have to face these important decisions alone. Our lawyers will take the time to thoroughly explain your options, so you understand the benefits and consequences of every choice you make. To schedule a consultation with an experienced estate planning attorney, call us at 865-229-9854 or fill out our online contact form to get in touch with us.