Kayla M. Horvath was admitted to practice law in 2019. Kayla grew up in Mount Juliet, Tennessee, and graduated from Mount Juliet High School in 2010. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Sociology with a minor in both Family Studies and Psychology, graduating from Middle Tennessee State University in 2014. Upon graduation, Kayla began...

Kayla M. Horvath was admitted to practice law in 2019. Kayla grew up in Mount Juliet, Tennessee, and graduated from Mount Juliet High School in 2010. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Sociology with a minor in both Family Studies and Psychology, graduating from Middle Tennessee State University in 2014. Upon graduation, Kayla began working for a law firm in downtown Nashville. In the Summer of 2016, Kayla joined Kane & Crowell, Attorneys At Law in Lebanon as a paralegal. 

Kayla began her law school career in 2015 at the Nashville School of Law and received a Juris Doctorate degree in 2019 where she graduated in the top 10 of her class.

Upon passing the Bar Exam and receiving her license to practice law, Kayla became an associate attorney at Kane & Crowell, Attorneys At Law.

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The Importance of Having a Last Will & Testament

The-Importance-of-Having-a-Last-Will--Testament---Kayla-Horvath-Attorney-At-Law---Kane--Crowell-PLLC The Importance of Having a Last Will & Testament

A lot of people avoid it because it means you have to consider what will happen upon your death, but having a Last Will & Testament is so important. If you do not have a Last Will & Testament, you will not be in control of what happens to your assets upon your passing and you could leave your family to deal with a mess. Having a Will drawn up allows you to be in control of who will receive your assets upon your passing. If you do not have a Will when you die, the law will determine who will receive your property. The Will also allows for you to name who will be in charge of administering your Estate upon your passing, including paying your debts, collecting any assets owed to you, and distributing any of your property. If you do not have a Will, the Court will make the decision of who will administer your Estate without your input.

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