January 2013

When Is a "Will" not a "Will"? When It Is a "Deed," Says Court

The maker of an irrevocable trust reserved to himself the right to change the beneficaries of his trust. On his death bed, in an effort to change the beneficiaries, he failed to comply with the terms of his own trust.

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Who can direct disposition of remains after death?

You may have certain assumptions about what happens to your body after you die and who has the authority to make those decisions but Tennessee now has a law, T.C.A. 62-5-701, that lists legal decision makers regarding bodily remains.

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