Author: Michael Craig

We counted our blessings at Thanksgiving. We gave gifts at Christmas. We rang in the New Year. And now it’s time to get divorced. Unfortunately, that’s the case for many Americans as we’re now in what some attorneys have dubbed Divorce Month. January is the month when many couples...

After many years of advising clients about estate planning, I’ve found that there are lots of misconceptions. In an effort to clear some of these things up, I’ve developed a list of 8 things you might not know about wills.  While I hope this list is...

In the first part of our two-part series, we looked at famous musicians who died with unclear wills or no will at all.  During this section, we’ll take a look at the musicians who’ve got it right by having an estate plan. Here are five musicians...

In Tennessee, yes, you probably could.  You could print off a form from a website, scrawl down your thoughts about what you’d like to happen when you die, shove it in a folder on your desk and hope for the best. In Tennessee, you can have...

Driving while on the phone will soon have consequences in Tennessee In Tennessee, drivers will soon face fines for having their phones in their hands while driving. Starting July 1, Tennessee will strengthen its laws regarding drivers’ cellphone use. It is already illegal to text and drive...