People create or update their estate plans for a wide range of reasons. Maybe you recently added a new child to your family and want to name a guardian for them. Perhaps your family dynamics have shifted, and you want to reassess the way that you allocate your...
Caring For You In The Long Term
Month: January 2022
Mistakes that can hurt your Georgia Will
There is no doubt that a will is one of the most important estate planning tools you can ever draft. It is the tool that guarantees that your assets will go to the right beneficiaries when you die. This explains why you need to treat the will creation process with the...
How can you provide for your pets in your estate plan?
Your pets may seem like part of the family to you, but the law does not view things in the same way. In legal terms, your dog or cat is no different from your sofa or car. They cannot inherit. So if you were hoping to leave everything to Polly the poodle rather than...