For a variety of different reason, some people in Georgia decide to put off estate planning. Many people to do so because of certain misconceptions related to the process, including that the only people who complete the process are those who are ill and facing death or those who are wealthy. However, preparing for estate administration & probate can help in a variety of ways.
If you are concerned about providing for yourself and your loved ones or want to continue making a difference in the lives of others after you pass, you could benefit from estate planning. The experienced professionals at Emert | Yeom, LLC can sit down with you and have an honest discussion about your expectations, hopes and fears. We will then create the necessary documents to reflect these discussions and help you maintain them over the years.
Estate planning is more than simply determining who will receive what asset upon your passing. Many people in Georgia go through the process to ensure that their children receive the care they need in the event of an unexpected passing and protect their estate from avoidable taxes. For many, the process means helping loved ones avoid the stress, expense and delay of probate. In the event that they become incapacitated, there are documents in place to help guide the decisions made by your loved ones.
Many people in Georgia who are facing estate administration & probate are likely already stressed and grieving. By having appropriate and updated documents in place, you can help your loved ones feel peace as they work to settle your estate. Our law firm has the necessary experience to help you address your concerns and wishes regarding your estate through estate planning.