Planning for the future can be cumbersome, but failing to have an estate plan can burden your loved ones and cause your family to make difficult decisions regarding your health and what happens to your estate.

Dying without a will or trust to transfer your property will result in the state of Georgia deciding what will happen to your estate based on the intestate succession process. An estate plan can prevent this from happening while protecting your loved ones and making sure your wishes are known before it's too late.

Addressing All Of Your Needs Now And In The Future

At the law office of Moore Law LLC in Atlanta, we can help you understand your estate planning needs now and in the future to keep your family and best interests protected.

To create a specific plan for you and your family, out attorneys get to know you, your goals and the type of legacy you would like to leave. By developing a close, personal relationship with you, we can make sure all of your needs are addressed so your family is protected and your assets are preserved.

Types Of Estate Planning Documents

Everyone should have a will or an estate plan to address how he or she wants his or her estate to be distributed as well as address if or what type of medical intervention should occur if he or she cannot make the decision for himself or herself.

Every person's estate plan is unique and may require specific documents to fit his or her individual needs. An estate plan can include a variety of documents, including:

  • Wills and trusts, including special needs trusts and living wills
  • Powers of attorney
  • Advance directives
  • Guardianships and conservatorships

Our estate planning lawyers can address all of your concerns and help you create an estate plan that will meet your specific needs and take care of your family. In addition to helping you draft an estate plan, we can address and resolve probate and estate administration issues.

Contact Us To Protect Your Family

To discuss your specific estate planning needs, call our law firm at 404-436-6363 or contact us online.