Year: 2019

How to change an irrevocable trust

An irrevocable trust is generally thought of as a trust to which changes cannot be made. While this offers greater protection to the assets in the trust, it also means that if circumstances change, a person may be stuck with a trust that is no longer useful. However,...

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Necessary estate planning documents

One essential legal document for Georgia residents who are developing an estate plan is a living will. A living will can be enforced while an individual is still alive. Individuals can use it to detail their preferences regarding any medical treatment they should...

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Estate planning for art collectors

Some art collectors in Georgia might not know who they want to leave their favorite paintings and sculptures to. This may lead to procrastination when it comes to estate planning. Others might even completely forget to address the future of an art collection. However,...

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