- Probate of Wills
- Administration of Estates
- Petition for Year’s Support
- Guardianship of Minors
- Guardianship/Conservator of Adults
- Caveat/Objection to Wills
Because of our experience in these matters, many attorneys in the Middle Georgia area refer contested probate matters to this office for legal representation. We understand that when a family has suffered a loss, that they need not only effective legal representation, but representation mixed with compassion and understanding. Our goal is to help guide families through these difficult legal matters with a minimum of expense and with sensitivity to the loss suffered.
In addition, we deal with numerous issues regarding estate planning. Estate planning includes, among other things:
- Making a Will
- General Power of Attorney
- Durable Healthcare Power of Attorney
- Living Will
- Georgia Advanced Directives
If you fail to make a will (many people intend to, but never do), then the law of Georgia determines who will get your property and in what amounts. This often results in minor children inheriting property, which raises a number of legal issues and creates unnecessary expense. Why should the government get a percentage of your estate that could have gone to your family? We will help you plan for the future using the various tools available so that your family does not end up suffering unnecessary expense and legal trouble.
We have kept our fees for wills and estate planning very reasonable so as to encourage people to make a will and other appropriate decisions, and to introduce them to our office as well. We offer an initial consultation regarding any probate matter, for the sum of $100. Call this office; you will be glad you did.