Estate planning and charitable giving

By giving to a charity, a Georgia resident can feel like they're giving back to the community they love. While some donate every year or work as volunteers, others make their biggest contributions at the time of their passing. A solid estate plan can help ensure a...

Estate planning when dealing with addiction

In 2016, there were more than 42,000 deaths related to opioid use, which was a 500 percent increase from 1999, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Georgia residents who are trying to create an estate plan may need to account for a...

Are trusts better than wills?

Trusts and wills are legal instruments used in Georgia for estate planning purposes. Neither one is better than the other. They are simply different. A will acts as a guide for handling a person's estate after he or she dies. For instance, a will might specify how to...

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