ESTATE PLANNING

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WHAT IS ESTATE PLANNING?

The creation of a legal plan for managing the distribution of your wealth and assets after your death is called estate planning. While most people tend to think about “estates” as something only belonging to the very rich, the truth is that an estate is simply the total of your assets, properties, business interests, insurance benefits, and your personal belongings. Even those of modest means require an estate plan.

The majority of Georgia residents do not have an estate plan in place, and thus, they are not protecting their legacy and not protecting their loved ones’ best interests. Planning for your death can be an uncomfortable proposition, especially if you are very young, but it is vital that these necessary details are attended to before it is too late.

Your family could be left in a tough legal situation should you fail to do proper estate planning. At The Atlanta Estate Law Center, we can help you make all the necessary decisions. You have spent a lifetime creating your assets, and you owe it to yourself and your family to see them bequeathed in the way that you intend.

We offer you and your family decades of experience and a reputation of true compassion. Our highly skilled estate administration and probate attorneys will explain all the tools that are at your disposal including: Wills, Trusts, Charitable Planning, Living Wills, Healthcare Powers of Attorney, Family Limited Partnerships, Testamentary Trusts, and more! We offer sound legal counsel, and we can tailor your planning needs to suit your unique situation.

…Another reason to ensure that you have done proper estate planning is to plan for the future of your minor children. In the case of death or a serious illness, you need to know that care and resources remain available to your children.
Estate Planning Protects Your Minor Children

Another reason to ensure that you have done proper estate planning is to plan for the future of your minor children. In the case of death or a serious illness, you need to know that care and resources remain available to your children. There are many areas to consider when it comes to planning for your minor children such as who will take over as the legal guardian if you should perish. These issues become even more complicated when you add in things like blended families, single-parent households, or instances where both parents are deceased. You need to plan for your child’s future by having your financial affairs in order and having all the necessary legal paperwork filed.

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