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Navigating the Complexities of Estate Planning, Wills, and Trusts.

Preston Wilson is a friendly, organized, and down-to-earth estate planning attorney in Memphis, TN. He can guide you through even the toughest decisions and help make planning your estate more pleasant and productive for you and your beneficiaries – if you choose to involve them.

Where Expertise Meets Compassion

Preston Wilson, Attorney at Law

Licensed to Serve in Tennessee and Mississippi

Here are the…

Top 3 Benefits of Trust and Estate Planning

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Provide for Your Family and Help Prevent Fights

The ability to take care of your loved ones even after you’re gone is a top benefit of estate planning. You can prevent financial burdens and help secure their future. Estate planning brings you and yours more peace of mind.


Support Your Favorite Charitable Causes

Further the missions you believe in by setting up a contribution to the causes you care about. It’s a way to continue to make a difference and touch the lives of others. Your gift matters, regardless of size. Let Preston help ensure it’s given as you wish.


Keep Your Business Running

Estate plans are a must-have for small business owners who don’t want their businesses to crumble if something happens to them. If you’re a Memphis resident who own a business, let Preston Wilson help you with protecting it for the sake of its stakeholders.

Quick Question:

What happens if you don’t have an estate plan in place?


The State of Tennessee’s plan for your assets (and the Probate Court) gets to dictate what happens.


The purpose of estate planning is to protect yourself and your family. It is how to put your affairs in order. You get to manage the assets you are leaving behind, maximizing the wealth and eliminating potential estate tax burdens.

Estate planning is important to everyone, single or married and with or without children. Having a plan in place helps you have the peace that comes from knowing your personal, health care, and financial decisions are well-established.

Careful estate planning through wills, trusts, powers of attorney and living wills can prevent a number of issues. When everything is properly planned, you will be able to protect your assets.

  • Avoid uncertainties that can cause conflict in your family.
  • Distribute your assets accurately.
  • Be confident that your healthcare wishes are respected.

Preston Wilson is a dedicated attorney. He cares greatly about each client and believes that every case is different. Just filling in the blanks is not an option to him. Instead, Preston works closely with his clients. His one-on-one approach helps him understand your unique concerns and goals. The result is a customized plan you’ll feel comfortable with.

Why Plan With Preston?

Parents’ number one priority in life should be their children. The best focus on raising their offspring to be contributing members of society. They help them achieve success emotionally, financially, and spiritually. What happens if you’re not around? Who will take over for you?

A carefully laid out estate plan can name the guardians who will raise your children. It can provide your children with a nest egg and instructions for using it. You can setup a steady monthly income for your loved ones, or distributions for specific milestone ages when they are responsible enough to manage their assets wisely. Even if you want something in between, I can help.

But What About Living Trusts?

Trusts are important to estate planning. Use trusts to help your family avoid probate. It protects their privacy and yours. And trusts free up your trustee to distribute your assets without having to get court approval first.

There are several advantages to using trusts in estate planning, especially a living trust. A living trust is created when you are alive and you can change it at any time as long as you remain mentally competent. You control any property in the trust, so you are able to buy, sell or give your property during your lifetime. After you are gone, your family can avoid probate, which can be time consuming and sometimes expensive.

In addition, a trust provides your family with added privacy – its terms remain private, unlike those of a will that become public once it’s probated. Finally, your trustee will be able to distribute your assets without having to get court approval, which is less stressful during difficult times.