Watch This Video About Our Upcoming Trust Events

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Attend one of these exclusive upcoming events with attorney John Stevens and find out:

  • How to avoid probate costs and delays.
  • How to choose between a Living Trust and a Last Will and Testament.
  • Which assets should (and should not) be transferred to your trust to avoid probate.
  • Three advantages and two disadvantages of a Revocable Living Trust in Tennessee.
  • Why a living trust may be “a must” if you own real estate in or outside of Tennessee.
  • How to keep your estate planning legal documents up-to-date for the rest of your life.
  • How your loved ones will manage your estate if you become incapable.
  • How to keep your financial accounts and investments private.

When you Register for and Attend this event, you will receive a free copy of Mr. Stevens’ Special Legal Report, “How Avoid Probate, Nursing Home Poverty and Estate Tax.”

“No Risk Money Back” Guarantee

If, before your legacy signing meeting, you don’t tell your friends or relatives that you worked with the most professional law firm with the most courteous staff, simply let us know you are not satisfied and we’ll refund 100% of your cost.

Living Trust Event

John Stevens presenting to a group at the Crowne Winery & Vineyard

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FREE Special Legal Report!

Please provide the email address below where you would like John Stevens’ jam packed 28 page “Special Legal Report: How to Avoid Probate, Nursing Home Poverty and Estate Tax sent to:





Register For Free Living Trust Events!

Tuesday December 2nd
Dyersburg, TN
Neil’s Barbeque and Grill
470 Mall Drive
Dyersburg, TN 38024
11:00-12:00pm
Lunch Provided!
Register Here!

 

Thursday December 4th
Jackson, TN
Casey Jones
56 Casey Jones Rd.
Jackson, TN 38305
11:00-12:00pm
Lunch Provided!
Register Here!

West Tennessee Office

Attorney John Stevens and Rabalais Law  - an estate planning law firm – are  located at: 161 Court Square Huntingdon, TN 38344 Rabalais Law Tennessee Office