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Business Listing   Daniel J. Saxton- P.C. - Woodstock, GA - Phone: 1 (678) 213-1060


Business Listing   Hicks Gregory A Atty - Woodstock, GA - Phone: 1 (770) 516-5996


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Helpful Definition for: Estate Planning & Administration Attorneys

Woodstock has estate planning and administration attorneys available for consulting and hire. Estate planning and administration refers to the management one's property, as well as determining the distribution of the same after one's death. This eliminates confusion and the unpleasantless of lawsuits to determine who gets what. The estate is the sum total of all the assets a person has, less all the liabilities at the time of death. Services by the attorneys tendered in Woodstock include drafting wills, trusts, powers of attorney and other estate planning documents to ensure protection for assets and beneficiaries. Specialized services include simple and complex wills, revocable living trusts, charitable remainder and lead trusts,life insurance trusts, credit shelter trusts, grantor retained annuity trusts, grantor retained income trusts, intentional defective grantor trusts, qualified personal residence trusts and more. The service is to ensure the wishes of the decedent are carried out as accurately as possible. The attorney would charge a fee for this.

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