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batson nolan law office offers halloween safety tips
October 17, 2017 Read Post

Batson Nolan Safety Matters: Halloween Safety

Halloween should be a fun time for children and adults alike. However, there is potential for danger. On average, children are more than twice as likely to be hit by a car on Halloween than on any other day of the year. We wanted to provide some reminders about Halloween safety and pass along some tips for making the most out a festive holiday.   The […]

October 6, 2017 Read Post

Estate Planning: a Tax Rule You Should Know About

Batson Nolan explains how proper estate planning can save your family thousands of dollars. Due to Federal Income Tax and Federal Estate Tax, it is often joked that the government gets the last laugh by taxing your assets even after you’ve already passed. However, an often times unknown, but very advantageous tax rule exists within the confines in estate planning. This tax benefit, known as the […]

Tennessee Parental Rights, Termination factors for parental rights
October 4, 2017 Read Post

Termination of Parental Rights: In re Gabriella., et al

TN Supreme Court Clarifies the Nine Statutory Factors. This past month, in In re Gabriella D., et al, the Tennessee Supreme Court rendered a decision that reclarifies the statutory requirements for whether there are sufficient grounds to terminate the parental rights of a father or mother. The Supreme Court reclarified that to terminate a parental right to a child, the court must find 1. at least […]

September 25, 2017 Read Post

Portability – how it works for estate tax

Batson Nolan explains portability in more detail using estate examples. In 2013, Congress permanently passed into law what is known as the portability election. Portability allows a surviving spouse to use the unused federal estate tax exemption ($5.49 million in 2017) of the deceased spouse. In its most basic form, portability allows a married couple to claim double the estate tax exemptions. This is the first time […]