Last Will & Testament Attorney in Clayton County, Georgia
A will is a legal document that dictates who will receive your property, who will be the executor of your estate and the guardian of any minor children. If a person dies without a will, their property will be inherited in accordance with rules determined by Georgia law (intestacy), which may not be desired. Having a will is vital to ensure that your property is distributed as economically and quickly as possible.
A will can be simple or complex. depending on an individual's needs. It is recommended that a will should be updated at every major change in life event so that an individual's desires are clear and current. In contemplating estate planning, an individual should also consider a power of attorney and living will (also known as Advance Health Care Directive). Our law firm can assist you in determining your individual estate planning needs.
Save your loved ones from stress by creating documents that describe your final wishes.
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