Grover Collins – Fellow of the Nashville Bar Foundation
Grover Collins, the founding attorney of Collins Legal, has been named a Fellow of the Nashville Bar Foundation. The Nashville Bar Foundation’s Fellows Program was established as a way for the bar...
May 18, 2023
Investing in Nashville Real Estate: Tips and Tricks
Are you considering purchasing or selling a property in Nashville? Then you may want to consider hiring a Real Estate Attorney in Nashville. A Real Estate Attorney can help you navigate the legal...
May 12, 2023
The Convenience of a Remote Notary for Busy People
With a RON, you don't have to worry about taking time out of your day to go to a physical office to have your documents notarized. Instead, you can work with a licensed notary from the comfort of...
January 18, 2023
You’ve Received Your Closing Disclosure: Now What?
You've likely heard of the closing disclosure if you're buying a home. This important document provides the details of your final mortgage loan terms and all the costs associated with the purchase....
January 5, 2023
Contingency: What Does It Mean in Real Estate?
When it comes to real estate, the term 'contingent' can be confusing. It may sound like a technical term, but it's actually quite simple to understand. In this blog post, we'll explain what...
January 4, 2023
5 Situations When You’ll Need to Use a Power of Attorney for Real Estate
A lot of clients ask about what paperwork or permits they need to rent out their home on Airbnb, VRBO, HomeAway or any other site. Knowing that you have to get a permit, what are the steps?...
December 19, 2022
Don’t Go Commercial Without a Commercial Real Estate Attorney
5 Reasons You Need a Real Estate Attorney in Nashville
THE 2 MAJOR REASONS YOU COULD PAY MORE IN TAXES IN 2021
If you recently received a letter reflecting your new property taxes in Nashville and Davidson County, you'll want to read this blog and learn what you can do to appeal....
April 27, 2021
Tennessee Real Estate Disclosures
Tennessee is what is known as a full disclosure state, meaning that the seller of residential property must disclose all known material defects to the buyer before or at the time an offer is made....
March 19, 2021
Eviction Update for Landlords – 3.16.21
March 16, 2021
Metro v. Kallie Kay Dreher
In our last blog, our team broke down the latest property development craze, affectionally known as the “tall and skinnies”, taking over Nashville, Tennessee. Now, having a general understanding...
December 1, 2020
Easement in Gross
A common example of an easement in gross is a public utility line easement. A utility company with an easement in gross has an interest or right to the land where the utility lines, poles,...
September 29, 2020
HPR Guide for the Builder
June 17, 2020
MUST KNOWS WHEN HIRING A CONTRACTOR IN TENNESSEE
There are four types of contractor licenses that are regulated by the state of Tennessee: Contractor’ License, Home Improvement License, Limited License Electrician, and Limited License Plumber....
June 5, 2017
Easements in Tennessee: What You Need to Know
Easements are the right to use a specific piece of land for a certain purpose. How may they affect...
October 20, 2013
The team at Collins Legal is elevating the standard of the legal industry. If you’re wanting to work with us, we’d love to hear from you.
4101 Charlotte Ave,
NASHVILLE, TN 37209