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.
- Powers of Attorney and Planning for Life
- Tackling Tennessee's Online Sales Tax: The Good, The Bad, and the Uncertain
- Do You Need a Living Will?
- Follow This Year-End Checklist To Mitigate Audit Headaches
- What is a Tax Audit?
- Understanding IRS Tax Law
- Why You Should do Your Taxes Early
- What To Look for in a Tax Attorney
- New Year, New Estate Plan
- IRS Launches "People First Initiative" COVID-19 Relief Effort
- Discounted Services for Tennessee Health Care Professionals, First Responders
- Caring For Yourself with the Right Estate Plan
- Frequently Asked Tax Questions About Your Stimulus Check
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.