Estate planning is a sophisticated process that involves those individuals or organizations
that are important to you such as your family, close friends, or favorite
charities. It also involves your assets, and the various forms of ownerships
that those may take. Estate planning also addresses your future needs
should you become injured, terminally ill, or mentally incapacitated.
While a last
will and testament or a
revocable trust may be the foundation of your estate plan, it goes much deeper than that.
Estate planning typically involves financial, tax, medical, and business planning.
While your will is a part of the planning process, you will need other
essential estate planning documents to fully address your estate planning needs.
Should you execute your estate plan all by yourself? It is not a good idea.
Estate planning involves the counsel of professional advisors who are
familiar with your financial situation, your family dynamics, your goals
and your concerns.
Since estate planning involves the transfer of your property at death and
a variety of other personal matters that may or may not include tax planning,
your estate will benefit by having a professional take care of the planning
process. Your attorney will help you address the following concerns:
Should I avoid
- Which documents to I need?
- Do I need estate planning?
- What is included in my estate?
- Do I need a trust?
- Can I name alternative beneficiaries?
- Should I include Medicaid planning?
- Who should be my executor or trustee?
- How will I provide for my minor children?
- Will my children's inheritance be taxed?
- What assets pass outside of probate?
- What happens if I can no longer care for myself?
- Should I beware of online forms?
- What happens if I die without a will?
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At Meyring Law Firm, we understand that you have questions, and we can
supply the answers. Our Atlanta estate planning lawyers have over 10 years
of experience and we work with a team of attorneys who have practice specialties
to provide tailored legal solutions just for you.
We can ensure that you avoid common mistakes, and we can show you which
steps need to be taken to accomplish your personal estate planning goals.
We encourage you to pick up the phone and give us a call to schedule your initial,
free case evaluation. It costs you nothing to learn more about our services and we are confident
that you will walk away from our meeting better informed and armed with
Are you ready to get started? Give us a call today at (678) 956-7380!