After a person dies, probate and estate administration must take place in order to transfer his or her assets. In Georgia, the estate will have to pass through probate court in order to be administered to heirs. While an executor is often appointed to manage this process, many executors choose to work with an experienced estate administration lawyer because the process can become very overwhelming and time-consuming.
At the ESTATE PLANNING LAW GROUP OF GEORGIA, James M. Miskell P.C., we have the experience and knowledge to effectively and efficiently move an estate through probate and the administration process.
Let Us Handle The Paperwork And Court Appearances
The extensive amount of paperwork involved in probate and estate administration is enough to make many people seek help from a professional. We understand the process and can make sure the paperwork is filed correctly and on time. We can also make court appearances on your behalf. We assist executors in Gwinnett County and the surrounding areas with all aspects of probate and estate administration:
- Proving that the decedent’s will is valid
- Creating an inventory of the decedent’s property
- Appraising the property
- Paying debts
- Filing tax returns
- Administering the assets according to the will or other documents
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The ABCs of Estate Planning. This workshop addresses frequently asked questions and common misconceptions on Wills & Trusts, Asset Protection, Nursing Home Issues, and Medicaid Qualification.