Estate planning is an often overlooked yet essential part of planning for one's future. As one begins to make the necessary decisions, there are often many questions regarding exactly which tools are best given the Georgia resident's specific situation. In many...
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Basic requirements for a valid will in Georgia
Making a will that reflects your wishes and disposes of your property effectively can take a lot of careful thought and planning. Many people understandably tend to focus on the content of the will. However, Georgia law does have certain basic requirements. If your...
Trusts can affect Medicaid planning
A provision that limits the transfer of assets before a person becomes eligible for government medical benefits may also affect trusts. When a person in Georgia looks into estate planning, keeping this in mind will help ensure the protection of the estate. Medicaid...