Protect Your Life’s Earnings with a Proper Will

This column is about a topic that most do not like to discuss and try to avoid at all costs. Unfortunately, it might cost you everything once a person passes away. In fact, this might be the most important topic you read about today. Do you realize that your estate could get settled under the [...]

By | March 20th, 2017|Probate and Estates|Comments Off on Protect Your Life’s Earnings with a Proper Will

Happy New Year: Time to Review Your Legal Needs

Happy New Year: Time to Review Your Legal Needs By Michael Miller You never think you’ll need an attorney, until you do. In fact, there are numerous situations where you need to be prepared and be ready to protect yourself with some advance planning through the assistance of an attorney. As we begin 2016, here are some [...]

By | December 10th, 2015|Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce, Divorce Attorney, Divorce Lawyer, General, Probate and Estates, Wills|Comments Off on Happy New Year: Time to Review Your Legal Needs

Turn Your Final Wishes into a Will That is Incontestable

There comes a point in life when drafting a will becomes important in providing for the family, business, and significant others, or in setting up life trusts and disbursements that will continue on long after you are gone. A properly drafted Georgia will is the document where you can list and specify exactly what you [...]

By | May 31st, 2013|Probate and Estates, Wills|0 Comments

Georgia Estate Planning is Important, Even for Young Families

Young Families in Douglas County and Carroll County Should Start Georgia Estate Planning Now Rather Than Later Georgia estate planning is important, even for young families who don’t think they need it. We get it. You’re busy. The kids need medical check-ups and rides to extra curricular activities and you’re still relatively young, so who [...]

By | May 10th, 2013|Probate and Estates, Wills|0 Comments

Georgia Estate Planning is Your Plan for the Future

In today’s troubled economic times coupled with international political stress and instability the value of proper Georgia estate planning becomes critical. Financial, business, personal and end of life wishes should all be considered to protect your home, family, assets and business commitments. Skillful preparation during estate planning assures that assets are appraised, titles are properly [...]

By | April 25th, 2013|General, Probate and Estates|0 Comments

Estate Trust Law Protects the Elderly

Helping an Elderly Parent to Make a Nursing Home Transition? Don’t Violate Estate Trust Law As the first of the aging Baby Boomers transitions into the elderly years, the topic of caring for their well being becomes more important. Many children fear even broaching the subject with their parents. They don’t want to hurt feelings [...]