Death is an inevitable consequence of life. Planning for your loved ones is an exercise in caring and sobriety.
If you have any assets, you need a simple Last Will and Testament. While the Tennessee statute on “intestate” (without a Will) succession, T.C.A.§ 31-2-104 and the common law of Tenancy by the Entirety property specifies much of who gets what when you die, not having a Will guarantees that you sacrifice control of your specific wishes to the generalities of the law. Consult with an Estate planning and Probate lawyer to make sure that upon your passing, what you have will go where you want.
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