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I have a small full service law firm but my specialty is probate law.
I draft wills, trusts and estates for clients in East Cobb and north Fulton Counties. I probate estates in Cobb and Fulton counties.
Also, I have represented every type of client in Courts throughout the State of Georgia.
Even though my specialty is probate law, I have represented every type of client in every type of Court in Georgia.
My clients have legal needs beyond the narrow scope of probate law and I serve my clients when they need legal services.
If my client's needs are beyond the scope of my practice, I have a wide group of fellow attorneys across the professional spectrum who can handle specific legal needs.
My clients respect and value my legal services and my legal counsel. Please read my testimonials to see what my clients have to say.
In twenty years of legal practice I have never had a complaint or a bad review.
This isn't luck; it's attention to detail, truly caring about my clients and remembering that I have a reputation to uphold.
You can’t take it with you when you die, but, with a good will, you can insure who it goes to.
As a probate lawyer I draft wills and trusts and I clients plan their estates. I help clients with estate planning, wills, drafting trusts and powers of attorney. I assist clients with probating wills and settling estates.
If you die without a will, then your estate will be divided up according to State law, not according to your spoken wishes.
This means that the assets that you have worked a lifetime to accumulate could go to someone who doesn’t deserve them or to someone you don’t like.
A will designates who your property goes to when you die. A trust becomes the legal owner of the asset when the trust is created. It is possible to sidestep estate taxes by using these tools intelligently.
First, protect your assets; second, protect your heirs. Using a combination of knowledge and foresight, I help clients avoid these pitfalls so that they insure that their assets go to their heirs and not the tax man.
Every estate should have at least a will, and many might need a trust, but there are other tools that can be used to avoid both probate and estate taxes.
How about a tenancy of the entirety where real property becomes the property of the surviving spouse without going through probate?
Or a joint tenancy with rights of survivorship where real property becomes the property of the surviving partner without going through probate?
Or a life estate where someone keeps a property for the term of their life and then the property goes to whomever owns the remainder?
Also, a prenuptial agreement is a wonderful asset you can use to protect your assets. It isn't for every couple but if you have valuable assets, significant real property, children or debt, then a prenuptial agreement might be a wise idea for you and your intended spouse.
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