Albany of Union University
2006 - 2009
Atlanta estate planning firm Siedentopf Law helps individuals and families throughout the Atlanta and Brookhaven area with their estate planning needs including trusts, probate, wills, advance directives, powers of attorney, guardianship, digital assets and more. Because we can conduct meetings by phone or video conference, we are also able to conveniently help clients who live too far away to conveniently drive to us. We can even help executors and administrators of estates who live outside Georgia.
Recent changes in state and federal laws present new opportunities to take care of the ones you love, but also create possible hiccups in your previous estate plans. Whether you are looking to write your first will, modify an existing one, draft an advance directive for health care (living will), start the process of probate, or address any other estate planning issue, Siedentopf Law is here to help.
Whether your family is big or small, well-established or newly minted, estate planning is truly for everyone, not just the wealthy! Atlanta estate planning firm Siedentopf Law can help you identify the options that will work best for you and your family.
We assist families of all shapes and sizes with their planning needs including drafting wills, creating advance health care directives, setting up trusts, establishing powers of attorney, guardianships for minors, end-of-life planning, identifying opportunities to avoid probate and more.
As the saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Life is full of surprises. Many are good, some…not so much. It’s important to have a plan in place that provides for your family and estate in any circumstance. Schedule an initial estate planning consultation today with Siedentopf Law to plan for your family’s future and provide for those you love.
Most people have a basic understanding of what a will is. However, many put off creating this important legal document, opting to do it “later.” But what if you never get that opportunity? As harsh as it seems, this is at the crux of why having a Last Will & Testament is so important – because tomorrow is never guaranteed.
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