Probate Administration & Tennessee Intestacy Law
What happens when there is no will?
If you are preparing for probate administration, then you must realize the various issues involved in this process and take the necessary steps to protect the wishes of your deceased loved one. When an individual passes, the probate process allows for the wishes of a will to be carried out. Carrying out the wishes of a will through probate is called probate administration, and this can be a difficult and confusing process because of all of the parties and laws involved. You need skilled representation on your side that can help you effectively pursue the results that you need for your future.
When a person dies without a will, then probate administration will involve consideration of the Tennessee intestacy law. This law makes provisions for situations in which an individual dies without a will and allows their estate to be distributed among various beneficiaries. According to these laws, a decedent's estate will be distributed in certain portions among the spouse, children, and nearest family. If there is no spouse, then the portions of the assets will be adjusted for distribution accordingly. If you are facing probate administration, then it is vital for you to seek skilled representation, and I can provide this for you.
Facing probate administration? David Whittaker, Attorney at Law can help.
I am David Whittaker, Attorney at Law, and I have years of experience in serving the residents of Nashville, Tennessee in various
probate matters. If you choose to work with me, then you can be sure that I will stand by you and work with you to pursue the results that you desire. I have the utmost respect for the deceased, their wishes, and their family members. I will work alongside you to ensure that your loved one's wishes are carried out.
Contact me today to discuss your situation and to begin the process of retaining the representation that you need on your side.