Month: September 2016

Estate planning, trusts and end-of-life planning

Estate planning is an important process to Georgia residents. It is not just something that wealthy people should be concerned about, and it does not just deal with happens to a person's assets after he or she dies. One important aspect of estate planning is preparing...

Why you need a will at any age

"Live each day as if it were your last--and someday you'll be right." That's a funny and apt sentiment from writer/director Woody Allen. Embrace life, enjoy it! But there is also a very somber note to it: we all will die one day. Are you prepared?Let's face it, it's...

Using a trust when a child is bad with money

A Georgia parent who is working on their estate plan may be concerned if they feel that one or more of their children make poor decisions with money. They might wonder whether it would be fair to set different conditions for one child that do not apply to the other....

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