An Estate Plan Can Prevent Problems
Do you have plans in place for how your wealth and assets will be distributed after death? Do you have concerns over how critical decisions will be made on your behalf in the event you become incapacitated?
Estate planning can solve these problems and much more. Taking a few simple steps today can help you protect your assets, protect your wishes and spare your loved ones from unnecessary disputes, taxes and other problems.
At the Herman Law Firm, LLC, in Roswell, I handle a broad range of estate planning matters for clients throughout Fulton County, the surrounding Georgia communities and throughout the state of Georgia. I am here to provide you with the peace of mind that comes with having firm legal and financial plans in place.
A Personal Approach To Estate Planning
I will work with you closely to gain a clear picture of your overall financial situation and an understanding of your goals. I will craft an estate planning strategy that is suited to your unique circumstances.
As a dedicated estate planning attorney, I am committed to helping my clients protect their assets and their wishes through the proactive preparation of documents such as:
- Wills: Allows you to decide how your wealth and assets are to be distributed after death, and name guardians for your minor children, amongst other important items
- Financial powers of attorney: Places decision-making authority over financial issues in the hands of people you trust
- Trusts: Can achieve many important objectives, from preserving assets to helping loved ones avoid the probate process to avoiding serious tax implications
- Advance health care directives (health care/medical power of attorney and living wills): Allows you to decide the types of medical treatment you would like to receive in certain situations (typically life-sustaining and end-of-life treatment) and places decision-making authority over medical issues in the hands of people you trust
The decisions are yours. I am just here to provide you with the skilled guidance you need to make those decisions when dealing with critical estate planning matters.