Estate Planning

Attorney Radford H. Dimmick is an experienced estate planning attorney who has advised a wide variety of clients throughout the State of Tennessee. He provides his clients with knowledgeable, skilled legal advice that is individually tailored to his or her needs.

Attorney Radford H. Dimmick has helped hundreds of individuals create estate plans with the goal of preserving wealth and minimizing the impact of taxes.

Estate planning is a broad area of the law that encompasses many planning strategies. These strategies usually have several common goals: to preserve assets, grow wealth, and minimize tax implications. Estate planning can provide peace of mind that your loved ones will be taken care of for years to come and that your final wishes will be carried out the way you intended. A good estate plan can also help to grow your wealth and reduce the amount of taxes owed.

For example, a wealthy man who dies intestate (without a will) may owe more than half of the value of his estate to taxes. With a modicum of estate planning, the amount owed in taxes could have been greatly reduced, leaving more assets to take care of his family and loved ones. An experienced estate attorney could have provided the legal advice this man needed to better preserve his assets, potentially saving his family millions.

Attorney Radford H. Dimmick is an experienced estate planning attorney who can guide you through every aspect of the estate planning process, including drafting wills and setting up trusts. He understands that no two estate plans are exactly alike. That is why he works closely with each client to identify your goals and provide a legal strategy to achieve those goals. As an experienced estate planning attorney, he will explain all of your available options and work with you to decide which options are best for your family.

A solid estate plan can help you preserve your hard-earned assets and provide for your loved ones long after you are gone. Contact Radford H. Dimmick to schedule a consultation today.