TBJ Columns Cover Meth Houses, Trusts and Gumption - Articles

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Posted by: Suzanne Craig Robertson on Aug 21, 2019
If you haven't read this month's Tennessee Bar Journal, you can still catch up! In addition to the main stories, its columns cover banking, estates and a story to touch your heart. "Banks do all they can do to minimize the costs associated with foreclosure," Kathryn Reed Edge warns in her column, "but if a lender wants to be as sure as it can be that the institution is not taking ownership of a contaminated piece of real estate, some level of testing prior to foreclosure may be prudent." She explains what to look for with foreclosures on meth houses. Tennessee is often ranked among the top states for trust laws, Dan Holbrook tells us this and why in his column this month. And read about Nashville lawyer Leticia Mason, who loves practicing law so much she ended up going to law school and taking bar exams in two countries. Here's the rest of the August issue.