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Robert Meyring, our founder, established our Atlanta estate planning law firm to make a difference. We value the trust our clients place in us and offer far more than skilled legal counsel: we offer peace of mind. Our fees are reasonable, and we understand the reasoning behind every strategy we recommend.
We also offer counsel for out-of-state probate matters.
Work with a Trusted Estate Planning Lawyer: Robert Meyring
Attorney Robert Meyring is a graduate of the prestigious Emory Law School as well as a member of the Atlanta Bar. Widely regarded as one of the most accomplished estate planning and probate lawyers in Georgia, Mr. Meyring has an exceptional level of dedication to the people he serves.
Our firm has provided superior legal services to people throughout Atlanta for over a decade. Robert has the experience, compassion, and dedication you want and is arguably among the best estate planning attorneys in the state.
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In Atlanta, GA
Our legal team proudly serves clients all across the greater Atlanta area!
- Sandy Springs
Not all Atlanta estate planning lawyers are created equal. At our Atlanta law firm, we are proud to offer simple resolutions to complex probate and estate matters and guidance through difficult times. We serve clients as a trusted advisor and can help you navigate the probate process with confidence.
Our Philosophy: Results Matter.
Our philosophy is simple: Treat clients as part of our family and provide the best legal guidance possible. When planning your estate, you want the process to be under the guidance of a caring human who takes pride in providing the best legal services and support in the industry. That is exactly what you'll find with us.
Our Scope of Practice
- Living Trusts
- Estate Litigation
- Estate Planning
- Elder Law
- Wills and Trusts
- Guardianships and Conservatorships
Each of these practice areas can be sensitive and difficult to navigate. There are significant legal and financial consequences that will affect you and your loved ones. That is why we take the time to know each client, listen to their story, and understand their goals. We can then apply our legal knowledge and skill to work toward an outcome that helps them build a brighter, more stable future.
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Lifetime SupportOur legal help is not a 'one and done' deal. Your future legalities are encompassed in these documents that need to be constantly updated. We are here to provide you with lifetime support.
Affordable FeesWe have an initial document prep fee that will give you access to our attorneys through phone, email or any other medium without being charged extra.
Straightforward GuidanceOur goal is to provide you with guidance you can understand and trust. We want you to feel secure and supported every step of the way.
We offer phone evaluations to help clients find the right path forward. We treat no two cases the same, setting our customer service apart from the rest.
Robert S. Meyring AttorneyRobert S. Meyring is the managing attorney of Meyring Law Firm (established 2007). Before law school, he worked as an FDA investigator, was a Peace Corps volunteer high school science teacher in Tonga, South Pacific, and was the owner/operator of a residential landscape firm.View Profile
An individual can write his own will in Georgia but must follow certain statutory rules laid out in order to ensure the will is deemed valid by a probate court.
People hire a probate attorney because the benefits of having an attorney outweigh the costs of time and effort. Mainly people hire a probate attorney to save time and energy, reduce their worries, and navigate the probate process with a professional. So no, you do not need a lawyer to probate a will, if it is worth the time and effort to do it yourself.
Executor is the person named in the last will and testament that's appointed by the probate court to administer the estate of the decedent according to the will.
In Georgia, there is a legal mandate for the holder of a will to submit it to the court for probate per O.C.G.A. § 53-5-5. If a will is not filed with the court, any heir or beneficiary can petition the court to direct the will holder to file the will with the proper court. Wills are meant to be public documents once the grantor has passed away. Sometimes if a will is not filed with the court, beneficiaries and heirs cannot take legal possession of assets specified in the Last Will and Testament.