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January 20, 2018

Cathy Morton is at Legal Aid of East Tennessee for Saturday Bar today! She will be providing free legal advice for those that qualify through the Legal Aid program. There are so many folks in need of legal advice in this community, and we’re glad to be able to give back in a meaningful way. 4of50 #…

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January 12, 2018

Several K&B members attending the MLK Lunch as part of the community’s MLK celebration. Have a great weekend everyone! 3of50 #KB50for50

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January 6, 2018

K&B’s real estate partner, Kevin Renfro, is working hard at the concession stand for Breakthrough Basketball! Nice shirt, Kevin! 2of50 #KB50for50

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January 3, 2018

Ashley Bentley from K&B attended the Blount County Bar Association meeting today and sat with Zach Arnold, an attorney for Legal Aid of East Tennessee. Carlos Yunsan from K&B is the Vice President of the Blount County Bar Association and several of our attorneys have served as officers over…

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K&B's 50 for 50

January 1, 2018

K&B was founded in 1968, so 2018 means we have been in business for 50 years. We are proud of this accomplishment, and we know that to be in business this long means we have received tremendous support from our community. To show our appreciation, we are launching K&B's 50 for 50: 50 Acts…

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3 Things to Know about LLCs in Tennessee

November 8, 2017

K&B represents many business, large and small, and has formed many limited liability companies (LLCs) for clients. Because of their versatility and ability to be customized, LLCs are by far the most common type of business entity being formed today. Here are 3 things you should know about…

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October is Long Term Care Planning month

October 11, 2017

October is Long Term Care Planning month. Statistics suggest that at least 70% of those over the age of 65 will need some sort of long term care services at some point. This doesn’t always mean that person is headed to the nursing home, and contrary to popular belief, nursing homes don’t “take” houses.…

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A Note about Homeowner Associations by Melanie E. Davis

September 5, 2017

A large part of my practice involves representing homeowners’ associations and condominium owners’ associations. One question that I am frequently asked is whether homeowners’ associations actually have legal authority to enforce deed Restrictions such as, for example, a prohibition on clothes lines…

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Do I need a will or a trust? What about a power of attorney?

August 7, 2017

There are several estate planning “bases” that we recommend that everyone should have covered. For example, it is important that we have the right document, whether a will or a trust, to dictate what happens with our assets after we’re gone and to name the person who will administer our estates. Also,…

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