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    Robert S. Meyring

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    Robert S. Meyring is managing attorney of the Meyring Law Firm (established 2007). Before law school, Robert worked as an FDA investigator, a Peace Corps volunteer high school science teacher in Tonga, South Pacific, and owner/operator of a residential landscape firm.
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    Sarah J. Humphreys
    Attorney Sarah J. Humphreys is the associate attorney of the Meyring Law Firm and attended Emory University School of Law, graduating in 2016. While in law school, Sarah interned at a small family practice, the Federal Department of Agriculture, and a large firm focused on mergers and acquisitions.
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Not IF but WHEN…

As life gets longer and the years roll-on, it seems that life gets more complicated and time runs faster. “When I was a child, life was so simple…” I hear all the time. Well, I hope so: that means your parents or guardians were taking care of you so you didn’t have to worry about earning money or providing shelter as a child. One would hope to provide the same to their own children and family – but hope is sometimes not enough if your estate plan to provide a legacy for your family is unwritten. To have an estate plan is to ensure that you will control who benefits from your estate, how, and when. It also makes it much easier for your surviving (grieving) family to handle your estate when it is written down and professionally planned.

Naturally, when families and money come together it can be complicated, especially as time marches forward and family members, money, and assets increase. What we do at the Meyring Law Firm, as estate planning and probate attorneys, is we simplify the handling of complex, inevitable matters that arise with the questions:

“Do I have a plan if I unexpectedly die or am incapacitated?”

“What happens to the estate and its assets now that the owner is incapacitated or has died?”

Many people do not get their plan together before they pass away or before incapacity occurs. As a result, the process called PROBATE can be a lot more complicated and expensive for the surviving family to transfer assets from an estate that lacks a will or trust. Guardianship for the living-incapacitated family member is very costly compared to the reasonable cost of the estate planning that could avoid a future need for guardianship. In other words, if you professionally estate plan now, you will be saving your family a lot of costs, time and worry in the future.

Some people figure the easiest way to deal with death is to not deal with it at all; others seek out a cheap/quick planning solution. Don’t (for many reasons). Instead, please do deal with it professionally (estate planning) for the sake of your surviving family and your legacy. As it will be hard enough for the family to deal with death when you’re gone (probate), an estate plan will make it easier for them in the future and will give you peace of mind in the present.

Free Offer: To put my money where my mouth is and to show you how we make professional estate planning easier for you, I offer to the first 11 people that respond, a free will for one spouse with a complete estate plan purchase or an equivalent fee reduction with the purchase of a complete estate plan for a non-married estate planning client.

Happy planning and enjoy the rest of your summer with family and friends!

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  • Meyring Law Firm is extremely professional, ethical, knowledgeable and courteous.  I highly recommend their legal services.

    “I contracted Robert for service and was extremely pleased with the entire experience.”

    - Eleanor W.
  • The services were as described, the process was simple and straight forward, and we’re pleased with the final result.

    “Meyring Law Firm assisted me with helping my grandmother set up her last will and testament.”

    - Quashaunda P.
  • At the Meyring Law Firm, they answered all our questions and explained the laws in terms that we could understand

    “I was very pleased with my Will. The Meyring Law Firm has very quick and great services.”

    - Stephen & Cheryl T.
  • Attorney Meyring clearly cares for individuals who face what can be daunting challenges in a wide variety of Probate Court matters.

    “His questioning was probative and his counsel was highly effective.”

    - Angela L.
  • I was always made aware of the status of my case. I would definitely recommend the Meyring Law Firm to my friends and family.

    “The Meyring Law Firm handled my Estate plan and they worked promptly and efficiently to fulfill my needs.”

    - Jacob E.
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Why Choose Us?

  • Lifetime Support

    Our legal help is not a 'one and done' deal. Your future legalities are encompassed in these living documents that need to be updated constantly. We are here to provide you with lifetime support.

  • Affordable Fees

    Forget the fear of being billed for a simple call to your attorney. We 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 Guidance

    Our goal is to provide you with guidance that you can fully understand and trust. We want you to feel secure and supported throughout this process.

  • Phone Evaluations

    We offer a phone evaluation for current and potential clients to help find the right path for your situation. No two cases are the same, which is where our legal experience and customer service sets us above the rest.

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