Estate Planning and Probate
Estate Planning Lawyers Serving Middle Tennessee
Estate planning is one of the best ways to prepare for your family's future. However, the options available to you are vast and complex. Making the right decisions for you and your family can be difficult without the help of an estate planning attorney.
At Fidelis Law, PLLC, we work to help our clients craft comprehensive estate plans that are designed to efficiently distribute assets to beneficiaries in a manner that minimizes tax exposures and possible legal issues. We aim to prevent issues before they arise.
Our lawyers can sculpt plans that incorporate protections during our clients' lifetimes and after they pass away. We can help you protect assets meant for children from previous marriages and in utilizing many other forms of asset protection.
Life Planning And End-Of-Life Planning
Critical to life planning, we work to incorporate our clients' spiritual beliefs into their health care directives, powers of attorney and burial wishes.
Our job is to equip you with all the tools and information available, so that you can make informed decisions for your estate, beneficiaries and family. Tools that are available to you and that we will help you understand include:
When a loved one passes away, Fidelis Law can guide you through the Probate or Estate Administration process. Our attorneys are knowledgeable, compassionate, and available to help no matter the size or complexity of the estate. We work closely with our clients to resolve every aspect of the process, from the identification of assets and debts to the distribution of property and handling the claims of creditors. We understand how hard it is to lose a loved one, and we hope to provide some support and relief by facilitating this process as simple and cost-effectively as possible.
In the event of a will contest, or breach of fiduciary duty, Fidelis Law offers representation to individuals asserting legal claims to an estate. We will defend and protect the rights of heirs and executors during estate administration.