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Bank Accounts and Wills

Whenever you start making plans for your estate, be sure to coordinate your Will with your various bank accounts that have named beneficiaries on them.  Many times parents place children on their bank account, but it is only so the children can pay bills for...
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Supreme Court of Georgia Upholds Inheritance Decision

We are proud to report that we successfully defended our clients’ position, when their father attempted to omit them from his will.  The father prepared a new will at the insistence of one of his children. 
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Auto Insurance Policy to Cover Medical

Have you considered who would pay your medical bills if you were in a car crash?  Most people never think about that and when they do, they generally feel that their health insurance will cover the bills.  While this is true, those bills are subject...
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Absentee Parent and Inheritance Laws

We are pleased to announce our successful completion in a recent case in which we were hired to represent the interest of the brothers and sisters of their deceased sister and her small child. 
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What do I do when a family member dies?

The person who has passed away is identified as the decedent.  A person who is a relative of the decedent is called an heir.  A person who is left something in a will is a beneficiary. Therefore, you can be both a beneficiary and an...
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Your Will and Inheritance Tax Credit Shelter

With the ever-changing tax environment, many people have wills that not only are outdated, but could be very harmful to the surviving beneficiaries. With the estate tax exemption amount, $1M and under, many people set up their estate plan to provide money being paid into...
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