Wills and Probate

What is a Will?

A Will is a document by which a person (you), sets forth your wishes regarding the distribution of your property upon your passing.

Why Should I Create A Will?

  • Without a Will your possessions and money may not go to the loved ones you care about; instead your assets may go to the State or to other unintended people.
  • Without a Will someone you do not know or do not want may distribute your possessions and money. A Will allows you to determine who handles your affairs after you pass.

How Do I Get Started?

Step 1: Decide which person(s) that you would like to handle your affairs after you pass—this person will be your Executor.
Step 2: Make an inventory of your possessions, finances, and real property (land or houses).
Step 3: Think about which person(s), institutions (churches, non-profit organizations, etc.) you would like to leave your possessions, finances and/or real property.
Step 4: Make an appointment today: (404) 939-1130.

How Much Does It Cost?

Cost for a Will varies based upon several factors, but can be determined during an in person consultation with one of our attorneys at CD Squared.

Why Choose CD Squared

The expertise and depth of knowledge of the lawyers of CD Squared's Wills, Estates, and Trusts Law Group have made us a leader in this area of law.
We are trusted advisors for individuals and generations of families and institutions. We ensure that clients cover all the bases:

  • Simple Wills to specify who inherits what, and who will settle your estate
  • Powers of Attorney to handle your personal and business affairs if you are incapacitated (illness, injury, dementia)
  • Advance Directives for Healthcare, including a living will and appointment of a healthcare agent to make medical decisions
In addition we help with a myriad of other probate related matters such as: administering estates where individuals die with or without a Will; assisting with the appointment of a guardian and/or conservator of an incapacitated adult; and other estate disposition documents. We work closely with our estate planning clients to prepare comprehensive estate plans that may include Wills, trusts, business succession plans, and powers of attorney. We understand that every individual, business and family situation is unique and deserves a customized plan that reflects the client’s objectives and values.

We assist estate executors, and administrators with estate administration, including the preparation and passing of accounts.

We have a broad range of expertise in estate litigation. We represent clients in estate disputes, the estate trustee who seeks direction from the court, the applicant for guardianship of an incapacitated person, and the dependent who seeks support from an estate.

Call: (404) 939-1130 to schedule a consultation.
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