Estate Planning

According to a recent online survey, while the COVID-19 pandemic has increased people’s desire to get a will, the overall percentage of people with a will has not changed since last year. In fact, 2 out of 3 people still do not have crucial estate planning documents.

Even if you do not possess significant assets, there are many other important decisions to consider in an estate plan. For example, do you know who will care for your children if you pass away? For those with children under the age of 18, naming a legal guardian and conservator in your estate plan is critical to avoid court intervention and uncertainty for your loved ones.

We want our clients to be empowered to make their end-of-life planning decisions, rather than leaving those decisions to others or letting the government dictate asset distribution and guardianship for minor children.

What Can My Estate Plan Accomplish?

Our goal is to draft estate plans that are flexible, easy to understand, and enforceable under Georgia law. This helps ensure minimal changes to the estate plan over time and smooth estate administration down the road—saving money for our clients and helping them avoid unnecessary conflict. Spending a little money now on an estate plan can save a lot of money and headaches in the future.

How We Can Help

Our estate planning services include but are not limited to the review and/or creation of:

  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • Codicils
  • Powers of Attorney, and
  • Advance Directives for Healthcare

What Happens After A Loved One Has Passed Away?

Our firm also handles estate and trust administration, which includes the probate of wills and administration of estates and trusts. 

Contact knowledgeable Estate Planning lawyers.

Call The Blaska Law Firm, LLC at 877.871.0750 or contact us online to schedule your initial consultation. The consultation is free and there is no obligation to accept our services.