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Can A Living Trust Keep My Family Out Of Probate?

You may have heard nightmares about probate holding a family’s assets hostage. Maybe you have no idea what that last sentence means and want to know more. Whatever the reason, you want to know that your family is well cared for if something happens to you. Today, The Law Office Of Trent Linville, PLLC, offers …

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Should I Choose A Will Or A Trust?

If you’re considering how your assets will be distributed upon your deat, two of the most common estate planning vehicles you will hear about are wills and trusts. But, what are they, and which is best? Today, Franklin based estate planning attorney Trent Linville offers a quick summary of each and touches on the pros …

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Have Graduates Headed To College? Invest In These Legal Documents Now

The summer between high school and college is one of the most exciting for young adults in Nashville, Franklin, and Brentwood. However, it also comes with a lot of uncertainty for us parents. Although you can no longer legally track your child or set a curfew, there are still ways that you can be involved …

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Estate Planning and Minor Children Part 2

In part 1 of this blog series, we discussed your assets and minor children if you die without an estate plan. Not having an estate plan can lead to decisions being made for your minor children by people who don’t know them and without parental input. The standard is “the best interest of the child.” Still, a …

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Estate Planning and Minor Children Part 1

For parents, nothing is as important as making sure your children are provided for and set up for success no matter the circumstances. Parents ensure that minor children have every possibility for success and plan for every situation via life insurance, good health insurance, etc. Having an estate plan is a similarly crucial component in …

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