Conditional Gifting- What Is It and How to Use It in Your Estate Planning

Conditional Gifting: What Is It and How to Use It in Your Estate Planning

An estate plan’s primary purpose is to organize how an individual’s estate will be disposed of when they die. In addition, estate planning documents may outline how the estate owner—referred to as the testator—should receive medical treatment, who will manage their finances if they become incapacitated, who they wish to designate as guardian to any…

Avoid Family Conflict Over Matters of Family Care and Inheritance Through Thoughtful Planning

Avoid Family Conflict Over Matters of Family Care and Inheritance Through Thoughtful Planning

Few experiences put more strain on a family than when aging parents come to require regular care. Such situations present a minefield of potential conflict. While some families have the skills needed to navigate the complex situations that come with this territory without the direction of a legal professional, many more do not. Conflict driven…

Silver Linings Amidst a Global Pandemic: How the Estate Planning Law Group of Georgia is Putting You First

Silver Linings Amidst a Global Pandemic: How the Estate Planning Law Group of Georgia is Putting You First

The pandemic has made many law firms reconsider how they do business, and our firm is no exception. Even pre-pandemic, people put off estate planning because the idea of incapacitation and death are uncomfortable to talk about. However, amidst the global pandemic, people must be able to secure those documents. Unfortunately, getting folks started with…