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  • Memphis Office

    Address

    1715 Aaron Brenner Drive,
    Suite 450,
    Memphis, Tennessee 38120

    Phone

    901-755-0199

  • Jackson Office

    Address

    162 Murray Guard Drive,
    Suite A,
    Jackson, Tennessee 38305

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    Mr. Parham and his staff were extremely professional in helping set up my Estate and Will. Everyone in his office was very helpful and answered all of my questions pertaining to the process. I highly recommend this firm for Probate and Es...
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    My wife and I recently engaged Mike Parham to consult with us on estate planning, prepare a Revocable Trust and prepare related documents. He was outstanding with advice and timely preparation of documents. I highly recommend him and his ...
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    Takes care of the details of our Estate Plan and always friendly and detailed.

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    Absolutely a great experience working with Parham Estate Law on our estate planning. Mike explained everything thoroughly and completely and we were extremely pleased with all of our completed estate planning documents.

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Can a Living Trust Increase my FDIC Coverage?

You probably know that the standard deposit amount insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is $250,000 per depositor, per insured bank, for each account ownership category. For this Read More

A Guide to Estate Planning

Comprehensive Estate Planning Guide  What You Should Know About Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts, and Advanced Health Care Directives.  While many have neglected it, estate planning doesn’t have to be difficult or Read More

Estate planning for heirs who might have personal problems

When formulating an estate plan in Tennessee, it should be tailored to reflect the circumstances. Not every situation is simple and for those who are worried about some prospective heirs, Read More

Protect your adult child’s inheritance from divorce

High net worth parents in Tennessee and around the country are usually interested in passing some of their wealth on to their children. They may view trusts as a way Read More

What is a grantor retained annuity trust?

In Tennessee, trusts can be established to achieve many different goals. One type of trust that can benefit families is a grantor retained annuity trust. This can allow the grantor Read More

How do community property trusts work?

In the state of Tennessee, married couples can take advantage of a unique asset called a community property trust. Since Tennessee is not a community property state, marital assets aren’t Read More

Why some people choose a revocable living trust over a will

Tennessee residents who need to decide between a revocable trust and a will need to consider what they wish to accomplish with the document. Many people who opt for revocable Read More

Your estate plan is not as hard as you think

If you are like most people in Tennessee, the topic of estate planning is one that you are trying to avoid. Whether you do not like discussing your own mortality Read More

The benefits of a living trust

Tennessee residents with any form of assets may want to explore the benefits of creating a trust fund. Trust funds can be similar to wills in that they include instructions Read More

The difference between revocable and irrevocable trusts

A trust can help you meet many estate planning goals such as avoiding probate or minimizing estate taxes. Tennessee law generally allows you to create both revocable and irrevocable trusts Read More

Why should you include a special needs trust in your estate plan?

Including the proper documents in your estate plan can help secure your family’s future. And if you have a family member with a disability, adding a special needs trust to Read More

5 Reasons to Consider a Special Needs Trust

In my last article, I outlined the benefits of ABLE accounts. For many families, ABLE accounts sufficiently meet their desire to provide assets for special needs family members. In higher net Read More

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