Olivia Wann Attorney

Olivia Wann, Attorney at Law, recognizes each client is an individual with unique needs and goals. Whether the matter involves planning a business or an estate, your issue is important and becomes her priority.

3rd Annual Elder Law Seminar

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3rd Annual Elder Law Seminar
April 5, 2018 10 AM - 12 Noon
Hosted by Olivia Wann & Anglin Funeral Home

Visitor's Center, 226 Lake View Drive, Dover, TN 37058 

This program will cover the estate planning tools available in Tennessee. Learn the difference between a trust and a will. Understand the authority of a power of attorney document. This educational program is available to the public at no cost. This course is informational and does not create an attorney-client relationship, nor does the program sell services. Our goal is to educate the community. To reserve your seat, call (931) 232-4529.

May 3, 2018 6 - 8 PM
Olivia Wann will be a featured speaker for Tennessee Quality Home Care in Dickson, TN. Details will be provided at a later date.

To register, contact Destiny at TN Quality Home Care (931) 721-7097

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Navigating Through Estate Planning Terms and Concepts in Tennessee

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  1. LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT: A will is a legal document that conveys how you want to distribute your real and personal property after you die.  This estate planning tool allows you to choose your personal representative (Executor) as well as a guardian and trustee for minor children.  If you do not have a will, your assets will be divided according to state law.   We refer to this as “intestate succession.”    
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Common Mistakes That Can Derail a Successful Estate Plan in Tennessee

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More than half the population have not planned their estate. Estate planning includes important documents such as a last will and testament, a revocable living trust, an irrevocable trust, a special needs trust, a general Durable power of attorney, a health care power of attorney, advance medical directive, and living will. Keep in mind that a will also designates a guardian and trustee for your minor children.

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