Maintaining a valid will, power of attorney, and advance care plan (formerly a “living will”) are essential to ensuring that your property passes to your heirs in accordance with your wishes, that your health care decisions are adequately communicated to your doctors, and can help avoid costly conservatorship proceedings in the event of temporary or permanent incapacity.
Jennifer Surber has concentrated her practice in probate law since 2004. As former counsel to the Probate Court for Nashville and Davidson County for ten years, Ms. Surber has seen many cases where heavily contested, costly court proceedings could have been avoided by simply having the appropriate planning documents executed. Ms. Surber also helps families when a loved one is in need of a conservator. She is experienced in providing guidance to families and filing for the appointment of a conservator when needed.
Contact Ms. Surber for a consultation.
(615) 997-1924 (direct)