Estate Planning

The Importance of Having a Will Even if You’re Single

Your relationship status does not determine whether or not you need a will. Most people should have a will. Even if you are single, a will can help determine who will get your assets (home, business, pets, etc.), name a...
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How Setting up an Irrevocable Trust Could Protect Your Family in the Event of Divorce

In an irrevocable trust, its terms cannot be changed or terminated without the permission of the grantor's named beneficiary. Once the grantor places an asset in an irrevocable trust, it cannot be revoked because it is seen as a gift...
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Britney Spears’ Conservatorship

Britney Spears has been a household name for over a decade, accumulating massive wealth throughout her career releasing albums, performing shows, and acting as a judge on The X Factor. However, growing up in the global spotlight plummeted Spears into...
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All About Trusts

Like a Will, a Trust allows you to decide who gets your property. However, there are several important differences and benefits of Trusts over traditional Wills. These estate planning tools can help avoid probate and lessen stress for your family...
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Dying Without a Will

Today, we are going to discuss a topic that not many people like to talk about: death. What happens if you die without a Will? How can you ensure that your property goes to your loved ones in the way...
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The Probate Process

When a person passes away, the probate process is a necessary part of honoring their final wishes and ensuring that their property can be passed on to loved ones. No matter what stage of the legal process you are at,...
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Questions about Estate Planning

According to the state of Georgia, anyone over the age of 14 can make an estate plan. For adults, it is never too early to begin thinking about your wishes and plans for your property. As you go through major...
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