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Tennessee Living Trust Forms – Irrevocable & Revocable

The Tennessee living trust is a legal document created with the purpose of transferring ownership of one’s assets into an entity to avoid probate after death. Aside from avoiding probate, a living trust allows a Trustee to manage the Grantor’s (person who created the trust) assets so they maintain use of these assets during their lifetime,…

Tennessee Landlord Notice to Enter

A Tennessee notice to enter allows a landlord to obtain tenant consent to enter a rental unit for an appropriate purpose. Tennessee state law does not specify a particular time-frame for this type of notice. It is advisable for landlords to give the tenant a reasonable opportunity to provide consent based on the nature of…

Tennessee Non-Compete Agreement Template

A Tennessee non-compete agreement is often used to protect a business entity’s Trade Secrets and Confidential Information. There are no statutes governing Non-Compete in Tennessee. The paperwork provided here will, therefore, act as a contract between a minimum of two parties: a Business disclosing information it does not want to be misused and a Recipient…

Tennessee General Warranty Deed Form

A Tennessee general warranty deed is a form that conveys real estate with a guarantee from a seller to a buyer and guarantees that the title is free and clear of all liens and encumbrances (“fee simple”). The equivalent of the statement “I hereby convey to A. B. the following tract of land (describing it),…

Tennessee Quit Claim Deed Form

A Tennessee quit claim deed may be filled out and filed with the Tennessee Register of Deeds in order to transfer a property from a grantor to a grantee. This document must be signed and notarized. While this form will not provide the same legal guarantee a Warranty of Title will provide, it is adequate…

Tennessee Notary Acknowledgment Form

A Tennessee notary acknowledgment form is a certificate that a notarial officer may use to attest that someone’s signature is authentic and has been provided willfully. This type of authentication is often required when filing documents of considerable importance (e.g. living trust, mortgage, deed). In order to be certain that a signature has not been forged…

Tennessee Revocable Living Trust Form

The Tennessee revocable living trust form is a legal document used to place assets into a trust and provide instructions on how these assets are to be distributed and under what circumstances. This document functions differently than a Will because it puts all of the Grantor’s property under the trust or the Trustee’s name. When the time…

Tennessee Self-Proving Affidavit Form

A Tennessee self-proving affidavit is a legal document that is used by the executors of a will to validate their signatures and is admissible in court as the sworn testimony of the witnesses. By signing the affidavit and attaching it to the Will, witnesses can avoid having to appear in court in order to attest the…

Tennessee Name Change Forms – How to Change Your Name in TN

A Tennessee name change form can be used by Tennessee residents who wish to legally change their name. The State of Tennessee has a very straightforward name-changing process compared to other states. When broken down into simple steps, the procedure includes filing a petition for a name change, providing proof of identity, paying a filing…

Tennessee Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Order Form

The Tennessee do not resuscitate (DNR) order form informs emergency medical service providers that no cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) should be initiated on a patient. An applicant for a Tennessee DNR order must be diagnosed with a terminally ill condition in order for the attending physician to execute the form. Once the form is effective, the patient will…