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WILLS AND ESTATES
 

     A will is a legal document that dictates who will receive your property, who will be the executor of your estate and the guardian of any minor children. If a person dies without a will, their property will be inherited in accordance with rules determined by Georgia law (intestacy), which may not be desired. Having a will is vital to ensure that your property is distributed as economically and quickly as possible.

     A will can be simple or complex. depending on an individual's needs. It is recommended that a will should be updated at evey major change in life event so that an individual's desires are clear and current. In contemplating estate planning, an individual should also consider a power of attorney and living will (also know as Advance Health Care Directive). Our law firm can assist you in determining your individual estate planning needs.

To schedule a consultation with Attorney Tiffany R. Lunn, Contact Us online or call Lunn Law LLC at 770.492.2974..