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by John Rodgers No.  Wills are legal and effective without probating them; however, you may find it necessary to probate a will. Generally speaking, there are two reasons you would need to probate a will.  The most common reason is to transfer personal property such as bank...

With the new school year upon us, it is important to note the changes made in Tennessee law affecting schools and students.   Numerous changes have been made this year that can be reviewed at the attached link.  https://chalkbeat.org/posts/tn/2019/06/27/from-civics-to-vaping-here-are-10-education-laws-taking-effect-july-1-in-tennessee/?fbclid=IwAR1zctQ1W8NMh5Zzw_YIYknTLuvy10Fjoe9m0iE4VD5_kGFDMphXarL_NzA Of note, a 50 question civics test drawn from the...