What is the Greatest Risk?

What is the Greatest Risk?

What is the greatest risk? The word “risk” conjures up many different scenarios depending on your personality. Perhaps when you hear about life’s greatest risks you think of adventures like skydiving, climbing Mount Everest or exploring the depths of the ocean. Maybe...
Wills and Trusts and the Nursing Home

Wills and Trusts and the Nursing Home

Will you be among the 70% of Americans who become impoverished within one year of entering a nursing home? This free seminar by Stan Pierchoski, “Wills, Trusts and the Nursing Home” is all about protecting yourself, your family, and your assets from one of...
Free Estate Planning Seminars

Free Estate Planning Seminars

Our firm’s mission is to make estate planning education free and accessible to the public. That’s why Stan Pierchoski presents free estate planning seminars in the middle Tennessee area! Call and ask about our next one! 931-363-7222 or click here to...
19 Weird Will Requests

19 Weird Will Requests

Let’s take a look at estate planning in a more unique way by exploring 19 Weird Will Requests Inspiring Us to Think Outside the Box. These are real, out of the ordinary things people (some deceased, some still alive, some famous, and some not so famous) have...
3 Unique Ways to Handle the Guilt Inherent to Being a Parent

3 Unique Ways to Handle the Guilt Inherent to Being a Parent

If you’re a parent, you may feel even more guilty than usual.  If so, you are definitely not alone. Currently, the burden is on you to both carry on with your work and manage your child’s full-time care and education. Two full-time jobs that you’re trying to do by...
Legal Documents During Covid

Legal Documents During Covid

Getting legal documents signed during Covid-19 and social distancing orders might not be something that has crossed your mind yet. While wills, trusts, health care directives, powers of attorney, and legal guardian nominations are on many of our hearts and minds as...
Important Questions to Ask Your Parents

Important Questions to Ask Your Parents

Do your parents have an estate plan? Is it up to date? These are important questions you need to ask your parents. No matter how rich or poor you or your parents are, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, you need to be asking these and several other...
Online Wills?

Online Wills?

With all of the media about “digital wills” and “online estate planning” it could be tempting to think you can do your estate planning yourself, online. And, maybe you can. But, if you do, you need to know the potential pitfalls. Online estate planning could be a big...
Pets and Estate Planning

Pets and Estate Planning

If you have pets, my guess is that you love them as much as you do your children. I’m also guessing that you have not provided any written, or better yet legally, documented instructions about what should happen to them if you become incapacitated or when you die. If...