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Removing an executor

When people in Georgia and elsewhere create wills, they typically name a trusted person to act as executor. An important role, an executor is responsible for administering all aspects of the will in accordance with its stipulations and navigating probate to close out...

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The problem of undue influence

Many people in Georgia have created estate plans to protect themselves and their assets and specify their wishes for the future. When creating a will, a testator must be of sound mind and able to make all decisions regarding the plans for the estate. However,...

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