About 615 Estate Planning

Our team at 615 Estate Planning has over 15 years of experience navigating the delicate issues of estate planning. Our desire is for your estate plan not to feel transactional and our aim is to build a relationship with our clients based on trust, commitment and excellence.  

Georgina K. Hughes

Georgina graduated magna cum laude from Lipscomb University and received her J.D. from Nashville School of Law. She is admitted to the state and federal courts of Tennessee.

Georgina grew up in Hermitage, Tennessee, and always wanted to be a lawyer. However, she chose a different path after graduating high school. After going through a contentious divorce, she decided to pursue her dream. Through family support, she was able to juggle being a single mother, working full-time, and going to law school at night. After graduating, she passed the bar exam and started her own practice.

From her own experience, she understands how the changes in life can be overwhelming. Georgina appreciates the opportunity to help her clients get their lives back under control. Her passion for estate planning allows her to serve her clients’ needs and ease worries about important life decisions.


  • Nashville School of Law – J.D. – 2009
  • Lipscomb University – B.S. – 1999
  • Nashville State Community College – A.S. – 1991

Ryan J. Alspaugh

Ryan graduated from Anderson University in Indiana while serving as a captain of the Ravens football team. He received his J.D. from Nashville School of Law. He is admitted to the state court of Tennessee. 

Ryan grew up in Indiana and moved to Nashville. He attended law school while working in corporate healthcare, where he started in commercial real estate, then moved to litigation and became a people leader. Ryan also worked as a leader in a fulfillment center and subsequently returned to the healthcare industry and then real estate.  

Ryan’s passion for serving developed in the corporate world, and he saw first hand how families are affected by no and/or ineffective estate planning. Many times in the senior living industry, family members were left behind to pick up the pieces from either no planning or poor planning. This unique experience offers him the ability to foresee challenges in planning circumstances. 


  • Nashville School of Law – J.D. – 2009
  • Anderson University – B.A. – 2004