You’ve spent a lifetime building a home and making sure everyone’s taken care of.
But life throws curveballs, and we need to ask the hard questions now and then.
What happens to your family, your home, your pets, and all your special things if one day you’re not there?
If you don’t have a plan, think about what could happen:
It’s scary to think about, right?
But you have the power to fix it.
Imagine if everything was sorted out and it’s clear:
Getting your estate in order isn’t just paperwork.
It’s ensuring your family is okay and they can grieve without money woes or family fights.
It’s telling everyone what should happen in a way that no one can argue with.
Let’s not leave your family’s future to chance.
You can make a solid plan that says what you want loud and clear.
You can stop worrying about ‘what ifs’ and know they’ll be taken care of.
That’s not just smart; it’s the most loving thing you can do.
Make sure your family is taken care of with an estate plan.
Imagine how much relief you’ll have if your husband has planned ahead and made sure you were taken care of.
You have family that rely on you.
An estate plan ensures you are taken care of financially if your husband dies or becomes incapacitated.
You get to make sure that your family’s future is secure.
While struggling to handle your husband’s passing, do you want to have to deal with:
The last thing you should deal with when you’re husband has passed away is:
All of this costs more money that you won’t have.
And it means you have to work more years or go back to work.
During the most financially tough times of your life.
You can make sure that you have the stability you need so you can be there for your family in tough times.
There are two options here – what will you let your husband do?
We partner with families to make sure their loved ones are taken care of.
Schedule a call with our team today by clicking the button below.
You know how hard it is to manage a household with both spouses.
Imagine trying to figure out how to run a household alone.
It’s just you – alone to provide for, manage the house, manage finances, and live by yourself.
You have one income to manage the house and pick the pieces of your life back up.
The last thing you want to do in that position is to miss work (or go back to work), go to the probate court, and distribute assets.
You deserve to have the breathing room to mourn, be there for yourself, be there for the kids (and grandkids), and be strong for the family.
We set up estate plans to make sure that your family stays on their feet if something happens to your husband.
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Estate planning arranges how your assets will be distributed after your death.
It involves creating documents like wills and trusts.
These documents state who receives your assets and when.
It helps reduce taxes and avoid probate, a lengthy court process.
Overall, estate planning ensures your wishes are followed after you’re gone.
A will names an executor of the estate.
And it outlines how you want your assets distributed.
If you die without a will, Georgia laws decide how your assets are divided.
Trusts allow your estate to avoid probate altogether.
Most people use trusts to avoid making their family go through court processes.
Anyone can go to the county website and see your will, the assets, and heirs.
But a trust is private and no one can see what’s going on inside the trust.
A POA lets someone make decisions on your behalf.
This could be financial decisions, healthcare decisions, etc.
We make sure there are proper guardrails on the decisions they can make.
And that they have the proper direction for very important decisions.
We properly title your assets so that they can avoid probate.
I.e., making your husband’s property automatically pass to you and your kids when he passes away.
This makes sure his property goes directly to the designated owner.
And that creditors can’t claim that property during probate.
You’re busy and have a lot going on in your life.
You’re working on your career, your marriage, and seeing kids and grandkids.
You’re building your life with your family and taking care of them.
You need an estate plan to protect what you’ve worked so hard to build.
And that’s why we make our estate planning process as simple as possible.
Here are the steps to the estate planning process:
The first step is for you to fill out the form on this page.
You will be taken to a calendar where you select a time to talk to an attorney.
Choose the time that works best for your schedule.
We will reach out with confirmation for your appointment.
Not everyone is a good fit for our estate planning services.
We will be honest and upfront if this partnership will not be a good fit.
We ask about your family, assets, goals, and direction in life.
You’ll get a breakdown of pricing and a breakdown of the process.
From there, we can decide if we’re a good fit for each other.
We will schedule a virtual call to design your estate plan.
You can take this meeting from your office or your home.
(And you can skip driving all over and getting stuck in traffic.)
You get an estate plan that is unique to your life, situation, and goals.
You will receive your estate plan via email for review.
We encourage clients to read through all the paperwork and ask questions.
After reviewing the paperwork, we will schedule a time to sign all the documents.
We will provide you with witnesses and notaries for your signing.
That’s it! You’re done at this point.
And your family is taken care of.
Either fill out the form below or call 470-524-1226 to schedule an appointment.
We only take on 5 new clients per week, so space is limited.
On average, we have a waiting list that’s a few weeks out.
Sign up today so that you can get on the waiting list sooner.
These are questions we get asked the most by fathers wanting to protect their family.
Yes, we ONLY focus on estate planning, probate, and elder law.
This specialization has allowed us to become one of the best estate law firms in Georgia.
(And it’s why we have a waiting list.)
Using an online will-maker can be risky.
They offer generic templates that might not fit your unique situation.
These tools might not cover specifics of Georgia estate law.
An invalid will exposes your wife and kid’s inheritance to:
A tailored will makes sure your family’s inheritance is safe and that they get it all.
No, you don’t have to come to us.
We are set up to do everything virtually.
You can avoid taking time off work, sitting in traffic, and messing up your day.
You and your husband can both call in from different locations.
That way, you don’t have to rearrange everything to fit our meetings in.
No, a will does not avoid probate.
Whether you have a will or not, your family will end up in probate court.
The only way to avoid probate is by using a trust or titling property correctly.
If avoiding probate is important to you, let us know.
Whether you need a trust depends on your situation.
Trusts are great for:
Estate plans are a snapshot in time.
You’ll naturally buy and sell property, have family dynamics change, change your goals, etc.
As things naturally change with life, reach out to us.
We will let you know whether or not you need to update your estate plan.
For a wife and mother, life insurance is like a safety net for your family.
Let’s say something happens to your husband.
Life insurance helps make sure you have money to live on, pay bills, and take care of the household and retirement.
It can also cover costs like funerals and pay off any big debts, like a house mortgage.
Plus, it can help save money for your child’s school in the future.
Getting life insurance gives you peace of mind that your family will be financially okay even if your husband is not around.
I’m a mother, just like you.
We have a 3-year-old and a 1-month-old.
I’ve thought about what happens if my husband passes away and I have to raise two kids on my own and earn enough money to run the household.
If I let that happen, I’m not a good mother and wife.
(We know who really handles the back end of the family – it’s not him lol.)
I have left myself to deal with a mess… while picking up the pieces of life if I unexpectedly lose my husband.
My best friend, my partner, my rock is gone.
He’s always been there to comfort me during my toughest times.
He would be gone. I would be all alone.
In the most chaotic period of my life.
The last thing I want to do is deal with probate, make sure assets are properly structured, hire a lawyer, go to court, etc. when I just lost my best friend.
What if something happened to BOTH of us?
Without a guardian designated, the government decides who will take care of our children.
I don’t want to leave my child’s life in someone’s hands they shouldn’t be.
We all have a weird aunt or uncle.
What if they fight for your kid?
Are your parents going to take care of the kids?
I need to make sure that I designate someone so that the right person is raising my child.
A good leader of the family makes sure that the family is taken care of.
You make sure that they aren’t going to struggle without you.
You set them up to be successful in case something happens to you.