Thoughtful Explanations: Understanding Probate In Georgia
Although the probate process in Georgia is often simpler than that of many other states, it’s still important to work with an experienced attorney to ensure you are treated fairly and that interests of your loved ones are protected.
If the will was drafted properly, you may avoid many of the more serious issues involved with probate. As your representatives, our team at Teiger Law Center, P.C., can help you at each step. If you are the executor or administrator of the estate, we can outline your responsibilities and guide your every move. Whether notifying potential beneficiaries, resolving estate tax issues, contesting a will or ultimately distributing and closing the estate, we will be here, ready to stand by your side.
Clear Counsel Throughout The Georgia Probate Process
When the probate process moves smoothly, with few interruptions, a grieving family can focus on their loved ones and start moving forward with their lives. However, there are numerous complications and disputes that can arise at a time when emotions are running high.
Some common probate issues include:
- Missing heirs and witnesses
- A missing will
- Matters pertaining to foreign wills or wills drafted outside of Georgia
- Guardianship matters
- Objections to the will resulting in will contests and litigation
As your attorneys, our goal is to ensure you are well-represented and that the probate process moves along as quickly and efficiently as possible. Delays often mean increased costs — something we wish to avoid. With nearly 30 years of experience handling a wide variety of estate planning matters, including wills, trusts, estate administration and probate litigation, we are confident that we can successfully guide you through your issue.
Contact Our Team Of Lawyers
Whether you live in Cumming, Alpharetta or another community near Atlanta, Georgia, we encourage you to reach out to us to discuss your probate matter. Call 800-780-2275, 866-726-2153 or take a moment to complete our email contact form.