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Estate Planning

The process by which you determine how your affairs will be handled, both before and after your death, is incredibly important. If you don’t make a plan in advance, the state of Georgia will put one in place for you and your assets – one that you may not like. Working with an estate planning law firm to set up a will is the only way to ensure that your wishes will be followed when it comes to decisions such as heirs and property. Similarly, if you have young children, a will is the only place where you can legally designate someone to act as guardian for them in the event of your death.

A legal plan is just as critical for others to follow in the event of an emergency. What happens if you become incapacitated and cannot act for yourself? Who will make medical and financial decisions for you? Again, the state has already made these choices for you if you choose not to make them for yourself.

Our estate planning attorneys can help you take charge of your life and set up the right decisions for you, your family and your property in the future. A complete estate plan includes a will, a financial power of attorney and an advanced directive for healthcare. These three documents are the cornerstones to all good estate planning. Our estate lawyers are trained to deliver high-quality, reasonably-priced estate plans based on your individual situation and needs.

You won’t find a better estate planning law firm anywhere else in Lawrenceville, Atlanta, or beyond. We have decades of experience helping clients create comprehensive legal plans that secure their future wishes. Contact us today to set up a meeting with one of our top estate planning attorneys.

National polls say
of people have a will.
Less than
of people have a Power of Attorney or Health Care Directive (Do Not Resuscitate Order)
Our internal statistics tell us that fewer than
of people have a will

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