The estate planning process requires people in Georgia to make important decisions. However, these decisions are based on their present circumstances which can change drastically over the course of time. As a result, wills and other components of an estate plan need to be reconsidered periodically to to ensure that they continue to meet the person's wishes.
Some people in Georgia are would rather complete a task they they are able to do themselves rather than hire someone else. Unfortunately, when it comes to certain tasks, many people without expertise can actually make serious mistakes. For example, many families with loved ones who created their own wills have found that the directions left in them are unclear, often requiring the courts to step in and make a decision, a process that can be lengthy and costly.