The Law Offices of Charles R. Frazier has extensive experience with helping our clients with both the probate process and with designing estate plans that provide peace of mind. Our estate planning attorney is available to discuss your specific circumstances and help you determine to decide what actions to take for you, your family, and your business. Contact our office today for a low-cost consultation.
In celebration of National Estate Planning Awareness Week, Attorney Charles R. Frazier is hosting free, 1-hour Estate Planning 101 webinars on Tuesday, October 20, 2020. Among other things, this workshop answers questions like: What does "estate planning" mean? Isn't that just for rich people?...
Unpredictable events such as fires, hurricanes, pandemics and floods can occur at any time. Since September is National Preparedness Month, it's a good time to consider the questions in this article about your estate plan to help protect the people and possessions you value most.
The Law Offices of Charles R. Frazier helps its clients employ legal strategies to avoid a lengthy, expensive, public and time-consuming probate process by proactively establishing estate plans.
During these unprecedented times, we are all working hard - day in and day out. However, an important question remains; are you preparing for your own care? Our firm can help you craft the best possible estate plan that will protect you today, tomorrow, and well into the future using the best legal tools available.
Millions of Americans have received stimulus checks from the IRS this year as a part of relief efforts from the current global economic crisis. Tax Attorney Charles R. Frazier answers four frequently asked tax questions about those funds in this article.
As a former member of the U.S. Military, our principal attorney Charles R. Frazier is often thanked for serving our country. Today, he wants to return the favor to those who are on the front lines of our nation's health care emergency by offering discounted estate planning services to first responders and health care professionals in Tennessee.
On March 25, 2020, the Internal Revenue Service announced steps to help people facing the challenges of COVID-19 issues. The IRS refers to this program as the People First Initiative, and we have summarized its key provisions in this post.
A new year is a time for optimism and new opportunities. It is a time to start fresh and make sure you are headed in the right direction. But making New Year's resolutions is not enough: Take action now to ensure that you and your family or loved ones are prepared for the future!
Without a dedicated tax specialist or easy to use tax software, doing your own taxes accurately can sometimes be nearly impossible. This can sometimes get you in trouble with the IRS. This blog goes over what IRS tax laws are before you file your tax return.
In today's blog, the tax law experts at the Law Offices of Charles R. Frazier in Nashville will go over a few reasons why you should do your taxes as early as possible; including getting a refund faster and giving yourself extra time to pay.
From W-2s to 1099s, taxes can be very confusing and hard to process, especially since you only get practice with them once a year. At the office and around town, you may have heard the term audit or tax audit floating around. But what exactly is a tax audit and why or how does the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) perform one?
This checklist can help wrap up your annual business activities. Diligent record keeping is a good proactive measure to prepare for the possibility of a future audit by the IRS.
A Living Will, or Health Care Directive, is a legal document that declares your wishes regarding life support, end of life care, and declaring who can make medical decisions in the event that you are not able to make them for yourself. Many people believe that Living Wills are documents that are ...
On July 21, 2018, the US Supreme Court ruled in South Dakota v Wayfair that states can collect online sales tax from out-of-state companies even if the company does not have a physical location in the state. This decision overturned the old rule that required a company to have a “physical presence” (brick-and-mortar store) in the state before being subject to sales tax collection.