Georgia’s New Power of Attorney Law
A Power of Attorney is a legal document that names another person as agent to handle financial and business affairs[...]
Is A Power Of Attorney Enough?
A Power of Attorney is a legal document giving someone, known as the “agent”, the authority to handle financial and[...]
The Sandwich Generation
The term “Sandwich Generation” was coined in the 1980s to describe the growing number of people in their 40s or[...]
Thank you!
We are so very grateful that we have clients that have entrusted us to provide them with sound legal advice[...]
Protect Your Children’s Inheritance with a Trust
Whether you have been married 5 years or 50, you may have a common estate planning concern:  what if one[...]
Medicaid for Long Term Care
Nursing home fees are so high that many families find themselves struggling to pay for care.  Without the resources to[...]
Get Your Parents to Talk
Avoid expensive attorney fees and court costs by preparing before problems arise. In six of the ten metropolitan Atlanta counties,[...]
Is it Medicare or Medicaid?
Medicare is the federal program that provides health insurance for those 65 and older, as well as for younger people[...]

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