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What You Should Know if You are Managing An Out-Of-State Probate

Owning property in multiple states is becoming more and more of a common practice. Imagine the benefits of having multiple residences to choose between when deciding where to spend your time.

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A Call to Action Take Control of Your Estate Plan

Oftentimes, when I speak with potential clients about how their estate planning is going, I receive a response expressing their lack of need for one. For example, one client named Tim*, during our consultation, asserted: “Oh, I’m not wealthy or old, so I don’t need to worry about that right now.”

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Maintaining Autonomy As A Caregiver

Have you recently taken on the role as a caregiver for a loved one? Accepting the responsibilities associated with caring for an elderly human being is a stressful task in itself.

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Should You Disinherit Your Heir? If So, When?

While disinheriting an heir is nearly always a difficult decision to make, laws that govern property conveyance make it an even more difficult process to complete. You've worked hard to build the wealth you have today.

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Does Using Assisted Reproductive Technology Affect Your Estate Plan?

Assisted Reproductive Technology, or ART for short, is one of the great scientific advancements of the age. ART is used in a variety of ways to remedy fertility issues that couples may face.

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Do You Need a Cobb County Attorney to Finalize Your Loved One’s Estate?

“Probate” is an unfamiliar term to most, as it typically only becomes relevant after a loved one passes. While a time of mourning is natural, the months following a loved one’s passing also give rise to the term “Probate” and the process of finalizing the deceased’s estate.

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The Proper Approach To Trust Administration In Cobb County Georgia

Here in Georgia, administering a trust requires a certain amount of responsibility that every trustee should make sure that they are ready to take on. Even with such preparation, administering trusts can still be a daunting and overwhelming task.

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At What Age Should You Consider Removing Your Loved One’s Ability to Drive?

This is always a tough issue to grapple with. On one hand, your elderly loved one’s ability to drive is essential to their sense of autonomy and removing it will directly affect their quality of life. However, on the other hand, statistics show that age decreases driving ability, and also makes the body more frail.

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On the Proper Way to Discuss End-of-Life Plans With Your Elderly Parent

The process of estate planning is an essential task for everyone. To those on the younger side who might think that they have plenty of time to do it later, tomorrow always remains uncertain. We live in a crowded world that is full of danger, and the causes of many of the events that we witness throughout our lives lie squarely outside our field of influence.

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What is The Difference Between General Powers of Attorney and Limited Powers of Attorney?

We can probably all agree that planning for the future is one of the most important and difficult things to do. Especially so, a time when you are not able to make decisions for yourself. No one wants to think about that possibility even if you have had to experience it with relatives.

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