Choose An Experienced Estate Planning Firm To Help You Develop A Will
When you seek to create a will as part of your estate plan with the Meyring Law Firm, having a knowledgeable attorney by your side will give you peace of mind and ensure the effectiveness of your will.
As self-prepared and program-generated wills are often ineffective, you can have confidence that your estate plan’s objectives will be accomplished with our Firm’s attorney-prepared wills. Our goal as your Atlanta wills lawyer will be to make the process easier and educate you (the client) in a plainspoken manner.
We have over 10 years of experience in our field and use a team of specialists to make sure that you get the best possible result.
Get a free phone evaluation with an estate planning attorney at our firm today by filling out an online form or calling (678) 956-7380.
What type of will do you need for your estate?
The Meyring law Firm will help you with a simple will or a complex will with testamentary trusts and special provisions that address each individual client’s planning goals. When life insurance benefits are directed to the estate, a “complex” will with a testamentary trust may provide for the support, education, and health care of minor children for years after the will is probated.
Wills can be created for the following purposes:
- Leave your property to individuals or organizations
- Name a personal guardian for your children’s care
- Name an executor to carry out the wishes of your will
- Name a trusted person to manage property that is left to minor children
Requirements of a Will
After the will is created, you will have opportunities to update the will in case any major changes in your life occur through a codicil. Our Firm can help you create the will, update the will, and ensure that it remains in line with the specific requirements.
Requirements for a last will and testament in Georgia include:
- The testator must be a minimum of 14 years old
- The testator must be of sound mind and memory
- Must be in writing and signed by the testator or within his or her presence
- Two or more witnesses must sign the will in the testator’s presence
- Wills must make a disposition of property
How Your Will Can Work for You
Our attorney helps support the will that is presented to the probate court of someone challenges it, and the Firm will also contest wills for clients who need to challenge the validity of questionable wills. Our legal team helps our clients with will challenges in the probate court and disputes over intestate estates; known as estate litigation, we will help the family resolve estate disputes through negotiation, mediation, and ultimately litigation if and when necessary.
You can protect your family and your property by creating a will. If you happen to die in the absence of a will, your property will be distributed based on Georgia’s intestacy laws, which give your property to your relatives based on how close they are in relation to you. For example, if you do not have a spouse or children, your grandchildren or parents will receive your property.
Your last will and testament is your opportunity to ensure that your property is accurately distributed to the beneficiaries you have selected. You should ensure that you are properly represented by calling for a free case evaluation over the phone with our estate planning attorney in Atlanta!
Start Planning for Your Future Today
As you pursue the establishment of a will, our Firm can be your guide through the process. We have substantial experience and are dedicated to providing the personal representation you need. We also handle cases involving will contests.
Do not hesitate to contact our Cobb County wills lawyer today!