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How to Handle Creditor Claims and Debts When Administering a Tennessee Estate - On-Demand
Webinar is now available on-demand. NOTE: On-Demand webinars are not eligible for CLE credit.
If you're tasked with administering an estate, are you completely confident that you'll pay the right creditors, at the right time? Who gets paid first? What are your notice requirements? What must you demand of those who are demanding payment?
These days, many Tennesseans die owing money – sometimes lots of it. It's the responsibility of the administrator or executor to locate the debts and see that the debts are paid.
What assets are sold first and what to do if the decedent’s assets don’t cover the debts becomes more challenging when the decedent owns more than just bank accounts, personal property, and real estate.
Use this on-demand webinar on the debt-management rights and responsibilities of the Tennessee attorney charged with administering an estate. In just one hour, you'll learn:
- The required notices (sample forms included)
- Priority and payment of claims
- Late claims and contested claims
- Steps to ensure all debt is located and handled correctly
- What to do if assets don't cover the bills
- Bankruptcy and foreclosure
- Selling of assets and properly dealing with creditors
Order this advice-rich On-Demand webinar risk free.
How to Handle Creditor Claims and Debts When Administering a Tennessee Estate — is just $107.
You risk nothing by ordering, because we will refund every penny, no questions asked, if you are in any way dissatisfied with this On-Demand webinar.
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About Your Presenter:
Grayson Smith Cannon
Phillips & Ingrum
Grayson Smith Cannon joined Phillips & Ingrum in 2014 after working as the Managing Attorney for Cannon & Cannon law firm in Goodlettsville for 23 years. Family law, Social Security disability, estate administration and probate as well as various business and collection matters are her main practice focuses. She is a frequent CLE lecturer on family law, probate and Social Security and is a member of several bar associations and legal professional groups.