1. Who needs estate planning?

    You should have a plan if you want to make sure you stay in control of your financial and healthcare decision making in the event of your disability. You should also take the time to plan if you want to make sure your wealth goes to who you want, when you want, the way you want. If you have children…Read More

  2. What is estate planning?

    Estate planning should be a life long process of taking steps to provide for you and the people you love.  You never know when disability will strike. When most people think of estate planning they think about transferring what they own at their death. Another equally important part of planning is …Read More

  3. After A Divorce, Make Sure to Reevaluate Your Estate Plan

    Your ex or soon-to-be ex-spouse may still have authority over your medical and financial affairs after your divorce. This should send shock-waves through most people knowing their ex-spouse may still have so much control over them after they part company in a divorce. This is why it is important to …Read More

  4. Talking to your parents about moving from their home

    You've come back from the Thanksgiving Holiday and you are concerned about the safety of your parents who are living alone. What do you do? This article will help you do what I learned at West Point: "choose the harder right instead of the easier wrong." How to Talk to Aging Parents About Moving to …Read More

  5. What Happens to Your Will When You Move?

    Generally speaking, a will that has been validly drafted in one state will be valid under the laws of any other state. Realistically, however, it often becomes problematic when wills cross state lines. Moreover, all estate planning documents need to be periodically updated as a person’s life circu…Read More

  6. Small Children and Estate Plans in Peachtree City

    There is no better reason to have an estate plan in place than for the well being of your young children. Often, young parents avoid estate planning because they believe that they are too young, healthy, or can’t afford a  Peachtree City estate planning attorney. However, estate planning is a vit…Read More

  7. What Happens if I Die Without an Estate Plan?

    Despite the importance of having an estate plan, many Americans die without one every day. Individuals who die without an estate plan are said to die intestate. If you die intestate, Georgia law determines how your assets will be distributed. All fifty states have laws concerning intestate successio…Read More