Tennessee Will Forms | Last Will and Testament | Living Will

Tennessee will forms are documents that persons may use to prepare for end of life circumstances. As long as the person (testator) is of the person of age and would like to ensure that their estate is properly distributed as they may use the “last will and testament” form. The individual (Testator) may also wish to prepare their “living will” which is a document that persons would use to set fourth their decisions if/when, they are faced with end of life situations. The document will provide the Principal’s instructions to the Principal’s medical providers and health care representative as well, the Principal’s family, the medical instructions provided by the Principal that they would like to have honored when they are unable to make their own medical decisions with their physicians. These forms will require witnesses and/or notarization.

Tennessee Advance Health Care Directive(Living Will) Form

Tennessee Advance Health Care Directive(Living Will) Form

The Tennessee advance health care directive(living will) is a legal document that protects the rights of any person (Principal) to have all life sustaining medical treatment withdrawn so that they may die naturally, should the Principal become unable to make or communicate any choices pertaining to their personal medical treatment selections. This document must be read, completed and […]

Tennessee Last Will and Testament Form

Tennessee Last Will and Testament Form

The Tennessee last will and testament is a legal document that is designed to guide an individual when they are preparing to organize their end of life arrangements for their estate. The Testator would have the ability to prepare distribution of their financial accounts, real estate and/or personal property. With this document, the individual Testator would have the […]

Last Will and Testament VS Living Will

Last Will and Testament – A person (Testator) of age would use this standard will form, to provide a written record of the Testator’s instructions regarding how the Testator would choose to instruct their representative to distribute their financial accounts, personal and real property, that they wish to divide among their beneficiaries after the Testator dies. If the Testator intends to name a representative to distribute their estate, this form will provide the ability to name an executor. This document may be changed or revoked at the testator’s complete discretion.

Living Will – Also called an “Advance Directive.” this document is created to allow a person (Principal), the opportunity to specify the medical treatment they would like to convey to their physicians. This document is generally only implemented when it is certain that the Principal no longer has the ability to communicate. If the Principal would like to add more instructions for their physicians and health care agent, they may provide additional sheets with any additional wishes or instructions. This document may be revoked or changed at any time.