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Probate & Administration of Estates:
What to do When a Loved One Has Passed away
Loved One Pass Away? We Can Help You Work Through Administering Their Estate.
Probate & Estate Administration Needs to Be Handled Promptly & Correctly. Let Us Guide Your Family Through This Tough Time. Whenever a person dies, his or her estate needs to be collected, managed, and distributed. Estate administration involves gathering the assets of the estate, paying the decedent's debts, and distributing the assets that remain in the estate. Lots of questions arise about:
Is Probate Actually Necessary | Managing the Estate | Personal Representatives Duties | Inventorying the Estate | Paying Debts & Order of Priority | Distributing the Estate | Closing the Estate
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What to do When A Loved One is Incapacitated:
Guardianship & Conservatorship
Guardianship is the process of having the Probate Court appoint an individual to manage the well being of an incapacitated individual, usually a family member. Technically, in Georgia like many states, we have two components:
Guardianship (to manage health care and other medical / placement decisions);
Conservatorship (to manage finances and property matters).
Without Proper Powers of Attorney And Healthcare Directives In Place, You Will Likely Need To Petition Probate Court for Guardianship / Conservatorship. We Can Help.
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