What Happened to Twitty City in Hendersonville?

At some time or another, most everyone who lives in Sumner County, Tennessee, has driven down Nashville Pike near the Sonic and come upon Trinity Music City. Regionally famous for its annual Christmas decorations, locals often still colloquially refer to the complex as Twitty City, due to the fact that it was built by the late Hendersonville country music star Conway Twitty. What many people may not know is exactly why it is no longer Twitty City. When Conway Twitty married his third wife, who was his former secretary, he failed to update his will to take into account his changed circumstances. After passing away, his will was admitted to probate, and it seemed to offer clear guidance: al

Estate Planning Boot Camp: Lesson 4 - Whitney Houston’s Legacy: Why a Living Trust is the Preferred

Whitney Houston’s Last Will and Testament is a prime example of the problems that arise when insufficient estate planning is in place. Whitney Houston left her entire estate to her 19-year-old daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown. Various news reports state that Bobbi Kristina turned to drugs to cope with her 48-year-old mother’s premature death and the public pressure of constant media attention. In addition, she also needed to cope with becoming a multi-millionaire. This article reviews Whitney Houston’s will and suggests ways in which estate planning could have aided Bobbi Kristina and the legacy Whitney Houston left behind. About the Company: Heritage Law Group, PLLC is a boutique Estate Pla

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