Join Us For Our 3rd Annual Crawfish Boil!
On Saturday, April 25th we will be throwing our 3rd Annual Crawfish Boil and we would love to have you join us! Our yearly cajun affair is an event that allows us to say THANK YOU to our clients, partners and friends for your business and support that has contributed to our successes over the past 5 years!
When: Saturday April 25th - Rain or Shine! (We have tents.)
What Time: 2:00pm - 6:00pm
Where: Our Lebanon Office - Click Here for Directions
Are You Feeding Me: Yep! Crawfish, Cajun Food and BBQ
If I am Thirsty: We will have Sweet Tea & Beer
We have live music from The Roadhouse Roosters for your enjoyment, a bouncy house for the kiddos and a hefty helping of merriment!
As they say down in Cajun Land - "laissez les bons temps rouler!" - LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL! We can't wait to see you!
Please RSVP here: email@example.com
* We have deals on hotel rooms
for out-of-towners. Click Here
* We have a shuttle
set up from down town Nashville - Click Here
Grand Avenue Limo Bus will Shuttle guests from Nashville to Lebanon. We really encourage our Nashville area guest to utilize this option.
Pick up location will be in front of the main entrance of the Music City Center, Downtown Nashville
1st Shuttle will leave at 2:00pm
2nd Shuttle will leave at 3:15pm
1st Return Shuttle will leave at 4:30pm
Last Return Shuttle will leave at 5:30pm
Hotels - Ask for the Tressler Crawfish Boil Rate.
La Quinta Inn
140 Dixie Avenue
Lebanon, TN 37090
Posted on 04/14/2015 9:01 AM by Todd Tressler
5 Times When You Should Review Your Will
Revising your Will or other estate documents might not be on the top of your "to do" list, but maybe it should. Here is a quick guide to 5 times when you should review your estate documents:
1. You have moved.
It may go without saying, but laws change from state to state. In a recent blog article, I discussed the importance of updating estate documents when you move. (New to Town)
2. Someone had a baby.
If someone in your family (yourself included) has had a baby, you definitely need to take a look at your estate documents. If a new grand-child has been born, you want to be sure your documents still describe exactly how you would like for your estate to be distributed. Tennessee law makes provisions for children who are born after their parents execute a Will (pretermitted children), however, there is a good chance that those provisions are not exactly in line with your wishes.
3. Someone dies.
Just as it is important to take a look at your documents when someone is born, it is important to take a look when someone passes away. Most documents have "contingent beneficiaries" of some kind, which makes provisions for what will happen if someone dies. Although, as soon as one of those beneficiaries passes away, there is no longer a contingent beneficiary and you probably need a new one.
4. Someone gets married or divorced.
It is true that there are provisions in Tennessee law to prevent an ex-spouse from obtaining all assets when one ex-spouse passes away, but that law does not apply to all estate documents.For example, you may have a trust set-up in case any minor grand-children were to inherit.Who is named as Trustee?If your child gets divorced, will his or her ex-spouse still be involved in your estate plan?The same is true in marriage.You want to be sure that the right people are involved in your estate plan.
5. There is a change in assets.
Whether you gain assets or lose assets, your plan should reflect this change. This is especially true for specific bequests. If you leave your '75 Chevy to your friend Steve, but you did not own a '75 Chevy at the time of your death, Steve will not get anything.
This list is just the beginning. We can think of many circumstances after which you should review your estate documents, but here are 5 with which you can start.
To learn more about how we can assist you in Estate Planning or if you have any questions about this or any other legal matters Call Us: 615 444 2345 or Contact Us Here
Posted on 04/09/2015 11:58 AM by Erika Piland