Estate Planning is not something most people look forward because it’s associated with their death, but it’s important to think of the next generation. If you want your assets passed down to them without incident, you’re going to need to make smart decisions. Fortunately, if you hire the right estate planning attorney, most of those…

Everything You Need to Know About Probate by Your Athens GA Probate Lawyer Probate is the process by which a Court authenticates a Last Will and Testament if the deceased made one. The process includes locating and valuing the deceased’s assets, paying the deceased’s last bills and taxes, and distributing the deceased’s estate to those…

Almost certainly when one hears another discuss having a Trust it is assumed that the speaker is a Trust fund baby. Are trusts used by the very wealthy to pass wealth from generation to generation? You bet. However, trusts are just as often used by every day, run-of-the-mill people for a number of reasons. This article will…

Many people ask, “Why do I need a Will?” While the reason for having a Last Will and Testament will vary depending upon one’s stage in life, the simple answer for why you (and everyone else) need a Last Will and Testament is because it ensures that your loved ones (or whomever else you wish)…

Estate Planning for Parents of Minor Children Estate planning for new parents (and those more experienced), creating an estate plan is a necessary step to ensure the welfare of your children should you pass before they are fully grown.  Your estate plan outlines your wishes by putting everything in writing with specific legal documents. Your…

It’s common for people not to have an estate plan in place for any number of reasons. Facing one’s own mortality is a difficult thing to do. Delaying action based on the belief that there is plenty of time is common, as is being unsure or hesitant over the time and costs involved in creating…

Choosing The Right Guaridan for Your Children by Your Athens GA Estate Planning Attorney Simply put, having children changes everything — and estate planning is no exception. If you and your spouse pass away or become legally incapacitated, and arrangements were never made in the event of such an emergency, your minor child or children…

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