Contesting a Will in Tennessee on the Basis of Undue Influence

Contesting a Will in Tennessee on the Basis of Undue Influence Undue influence in the procurement of a will regularly plays a role in legal television dramas and celebrity gossip magazines. Shows like ABC’s Scandal can easily draw up the classic story line involving an older, wealthy individual who strikes up an unlikely relationship with…

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Tennessee Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act

Tennessee Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act Effective July 1st, 2016, the Tennessee General Assembly’s recent enactment of the Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (the “Act”) grants various individuals the authority to access a decedent’s digital assets. The Act authorizes executors, trustees, powers of attorney, conservators, guardians, and certain other people access…

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Does Tennessee Recognize Wills and Trusts from Other States?

Does Tennessee Recognize Wills and Trusts from Other States? It is no secret that Nashville is growing. Music City was ranked No. 20 on last year’s Forbes’s list of America’s Fastest-Growing Cities, and most predict the population will continue expanding at a rapid rate. For those people relocating to the Nashville area, it is important…

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