3575 Koger Blvd, Suite 180, Duluth, GA 30096
The Atlanta Estate
LAW CENTER

When you need help with your Estate Planning, you want assistance from a firm you can trust. At The Atlanta Estate Law Center, you have over 50 years of combined expertise and a reputation of compassionate advocacy at your side.

With award-winning attorneys and a commitment to giving families peace of mind, you can be sure that your best interests are the driving force behind all of our advice and decisions.

WE LOVE SOLVING COMPLEX SITUATIONS with COMPASSION

Welcome to

The Atlanta Estate Law Center

We help individuals and families with estate planning, asset protection, wills, trusts, probate, and Medicaid. Our group of highly dedicated attorneys are board-certified in estate planning and Georgia probate law. Clients can rest assured that their assigned attorney will work diligently and effectively to ensure that you and your family are protected.

50

years
of Combined
experience

20

YEARS
OF SERVICE

9

State & national
Awards for
excellence

practice areas

Our award-winning attorneys can help you in each of the following areas
ESTATE PLANNING

Let us help you protect all of the valuable assets that you have spent your lifetime building.

WILLS & TRUSTS

Our firm can help you prepare wills, trusts, power of attorney, health care directives, and more.

ASSET PROTECTION

A lawsuit is filed in the U.S. every six seconds, which is why it’s imperative that you protect yourself.

PROBATE

The probate process is complex and challenging to navigate, but we can help you through it effortlessly.

MEDICAID

We can help you build a long term care plan that won’t bankrupt your family and deplete your assets.

If you WANT TO SECURE YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE

We are available

WHY CHOOSE US?

You will benefit from 50 years of combined experience and the expertise of an award-winning attorney.
Super Lawyer
Holly Geerdes was named Super Lawyer for Exceptional Law Practice and received the Georgia Outstanding Young Lawyer Award.
Top Attorneys
Holly Geerdes was also named one of the Top 14 Attorneys In Georgia Under 40 and was named one of the 25 Most Influential Asian Americans.
Real Experience
Holly Geerdes has been employed as an Adjunct Law Professor and has coordinated state-wide projects.
True Compassion
We understand your frustrations when it comes to Estate Planning and we want to help guide you to a secure financial future.

Holly Geerdes 

Award-Winning Estate Lawyer

Holly Geerdes has established herself as one of the premier trial and appellate attorneys. She has extensive management and leadership experience in coordinating state-wide projects for professional legal development and research, having trained everyone from novice attorneys to veteran judges on legal practice and the law. Her highly successful legal career in state government has enabled her to develop and maintain close ties with both the State Legislature and the State Bar to improve the caliber of legal services.

…Holly has established herself as one of the premier trial and appellate attorneys and was named Super Lawyer for Exceptional Law Practice and received the Georgia Outstanding Young Lawyer Award.

Our Philosophy

We believe in humanizing the Estate Planning process and we are sincerely compassionate and empathetic when it comes to our clients’ individual needs.

01.

Attend A Workshop

Attend one of our FREE Live Workshops where we will teach you everything you need to know about Estate Planning.

02.

Meet With An Attorney

You’ll get a free Estate Planning consultation for attending one of our workshops where you will receive 1-on-1 personalized help.

03.

Review & Sign Documents

Once we have drafted your Estate Plan, we will review it thoroughly together and then set it in stone with your signature.

04.

Enjoy Peace Of Mind

Once your Estate Plan is in place, you have nothing to worry about and can sit back and relax knowing your legacy is safe and sound.

FREE LIVE WORKSHOPS

Want to learn all about Estate Planning in a friendly, compassionate environment? Then sign up for one of our upcoming FREE Live Workshops, presented by award-winning attorney Holly Geerdes!

LATEST NEWS

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08 Aug: How To Divide Things, Not Families
The strains and stresses on surviving children from the death of parents happen because it's a time of grief. Even people committed to reducing their material possessions may desperately want Grandma's cracked teapot or Mother's engagement ring. A casual inquiry among friends brings forth horror stories of damage done to families when they are dividing their parents' or grandparents' possessions. Maybe we can devise guidelines to help steer into a calmer scenario — remember that the primary motive should be to preserve family relationships. However, if everyone has the attitude that they want to get the best deal or redress what they believe are old imbalances, they'll have a hard time putting those feelings behind them for the good of the family. After all, dealing with items from one's childhood can reawaken all sorts of long-forgotten jealousies, hurts and desires.
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