In the state of Georgia, without a valid will you have no way of ensuring that your last wishes are honored and followed. If you do not have a will in place at the time of your death, Georgia law (intestacy law)–not you–determines what happens to your property. Unfortunately, too often families find themselves dealing with unexpected deaths in the family and no will to follow.
Having a proper will is the best way to ensure your wishes are honored and your family is properly instructed on how to carry out those wishes.
At the Sellers Law Firm, we handle multiple types of probate and estate issues from simple wills and living wills (advance directives) to guardianships and conservatorships.
Simple & Living Wills in Georgia
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