Estates in Georgia are essentially combinations of many other aspects of law. Advance directives, gift tax exclusions, trusts, guardianships, last wills and testaments, and many other aspects of law can be a part of estate planning. For the best fit, tell an Atlanta estates attorney what you want to happen, and the attorney should be able to tailor an estate plan for you. Georgia estate planning is advisable to anyone with property, assets, or minor children.
The last will and testament is the most basic form of estate planning documents, and the will is often all that is needed to provide for the distribution of assets. To set up a consultation to get answers to your questions, call Atlanta estate planning lawyer Nancy Ghertner to set up an appointment at 770-980-9096.