Estates, Wills and Trusts
It is difficult to consider one's own mortality through the process of estate planning, but we believe everyone should take the time to prepare proper estate planning documents regardless of age or health. A skilled probate attorney can guide you through this process.
We have been called upon to help clients in Statesboro and throughout Georgia as they plan for their future and that of their heirs. Some of the documents we help our clients with include:
Durable power of attorney
Georgia Advance Directive for Health Care
Adult Guardianships and Conservatorships
In conjunction with your trusted tax advisor, CPA, or tax lawyer, we can assist with drafting estate plans. Drafting accurate and complete estate planning documents ensures that your wishes are carried out in the event of your death. A will or trust allows you to specify who gets what, when. Not having an effective set of estate planning documents can lead to your family members and loved ones arguing about the best way to divide and distribute your assets.
Probate refers to the process of administering wills and estates after someone dies. In Georgia, all wills go through the probate process, but the duration and complexity of the process is directly related to the estate planning documents that were prepared ahead of time. If there is no will, the state may automatically receive a portion of the estate. Contact a lawyer at our firm to begin drafting your documents immediately.
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