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Probate Law

Opening or administering an estate for a deceased person is rarely a straightforward or simple process. It can be emotional and difficult to navigate, to say the least. Fortunately, our probate lawyers can advise you and help take some of the stress out of the maze of decisions and legal options you’re facing. We’ve guided clients through many unique probate, trust administration, and estate planning cases across Lawrenceville, Atlanta, and beyond.

If you’ve already been appointed as the personal representative of an estate, and you find the requirements overwhelming, you’ve come to the right place. Our probate law firm is experienced in organizing legal details such as dealing with creditors, handling demands of heirs or beneficiaries, and addressing concerns of the probate court. We can help you with trust and probate litigation issues throughout the state of GA.

You can rely on our probate law firm to assess and navigate the probate process with you. We strive to resolve issues and enforce your rights with the highest level of professionalism. Contact us today to set up a meeting with one of our experienced probate lawyers to discuss your specific situation.

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of our clients come to our firm after they’ve unsuccessfully tried navigating the probate process without an attorney
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of our clients end up having to appear before a judge on a contested matter.
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of our clients come to us to probate a will.
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of our clients are trying to open an intestate estate.

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