Atlanta Estate Planning
Plan for the Future and Create Peace of Mind
As your Atlanta Estate Planning Attorney, Sarah and the Siedentopf Law team will provide you with a comfortable atmosphere to contemplate your wants and needs, and create legal solutions that give you peace of mind.
ABOUT THE SIEDENTOPF LAW FIRM
Helping Families and Businesses with Estate Planning Throughout the Atlanta and Brookhaven Areas.
Work with a Top Atlanta Estate Planning Attorney that Understands Your Needs and Knows Your Options
MEET ATTORNEY SARAH SIEDENTOPF
“When you turn to us for help, our team’s first priority is to gain a detailed understanding of your goals and needs.”
Whether you’re in the Atlanta and Brookhaven areas, or in Cobb, DeKalb , Fulton, Gwinnett, or another county in metro Atlanta, we can help you. We can also work with executors by phone or video conference if they are out of state or far away. Only after listening carefully will we present the options that are right for you and explore the benefits and costs of each one.
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Here to Answer Your Estate Planning Questions
Atlanta estate planning items like health directives, wills, trusts and more can be overwhelming and confusing, but it doesn’t have to be. That’s what we’re here for! Send us your questions or book a consultation with our team today.
Everyone Needs an Estate Planning Attorney in Georgia
If you are a resident of Georgia, we can help uncover the complexities of estate planning. Everyone in Georgia has an estate; your estate may consist of savings and investments, houses, cars, boats, land, a mortgage, a business, something you owe money on, or really anything you have to your name. We work with a large spectrum of clients and even if you do not have extensive wealth it is vital to ensure your estate is properly planned for.
Regardless of how much your estate is worth, if you do not take full advantage of estate planning services, your estate will be distributed according to Georgia state law, and this does not take into account your preferences, relationships, or types of assets. Consult an Atlanta estate attorney today to become prepared. At Siedentopf Law, we specialize in Georgia Estate Law, and we can help you with all of your estate planning needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are you in search of an estate planning attorney in Atlanta, GA?
Are you or your family dealing with a trust you have questions about?
Do you need to create a will?
What should be included when drafting a will?
What happens to my estate in the state of Georgia if I don’t have a will?
How much do estate planning services cost?
If you are looking for an Atlanta estate planning attorney, our office is conveniently located in Atlanta, GA, and we are taking new estate planning clients today.
Our Georgia Estate Planning Services
Siedentopf Law offers a wide variety of estate planning services, including:
✔ Estate Planning
✔ Will Planning
✔ Atlanta Trusts
✔ Power of Attorney
✔ Business Planning
✔ Planning for Pets
✔ Legal Consulting
Of course, there is more to estate planning than the listed services above. Our comprehensive estate planning process is meant to provide you with the legal guidance that will help you make the right decisions about your estate. We will guide and support you and your family every step of the way to make sure your estate is protected the way you wish.
Estate planning is not an easy thing to think about, but it is necessary to protect your assets and build a plan.
Using an Estate Planning Attorney in Georgia Ensures your Estate is Fully Protected
If you do not engage in estate planning or consult an estate planning lawyer, your estate will be distributed according to the State of Georgia after you pass. No one will have a say in where it goes. Using an estate planning lawyer in Georgia is extremely important to pass down your estate to someone you trust.
The right estate planning attorney should focus on building a plan consistent with your values and wishes. This means making sure your family, assets, and your estate is taken care of. If you have children that are minors, this is especially important to ensure that your children are cared for after an untimely passing.
A Will is NOT Enough
Having a will in place is extremely important to ensure that your affairs are properly distributed according to your wishes, and a bare minimum to estate planning. However, there are other considerations beyond a will if your estate is more complex.
A will is not comprehensive enough to deal with all the complexities in your life. Your finances, beneficiary designations, power of attorney, advance directive, letter of intent, or guardianship designations are all circumstances to consider with an experienced Georgia estate planning attorney. You want to make sure all your bases are covered, especially if you have a large complex estate to deal with.
Having a power of attorney makes sure that if something happens to you, there is someone able to take over and make legal and financial decisions in your place. A well-drafted power of attorney can include special restrictions and directions for exactly what you want your agent to be able to do or not do. This is not something that a spouse has the automatic right to do, so every adult needs a power of attorney in place.
You have to consider your own health care decisions. In the event that you are unable to make healthcare decisions for yourself, you need to have documentation in place that tells medical professionals who they can consult about your health. Such documents like a healthcare power of attorney or a living will can be constructed by a licensed Georgia estate planning lawyer.
Discuss your Situation with a Top Estate Planning Attorney in Atlanta
Sarah Siedentopf, an Atlanta estate planning attorney, probate attorney, and published author, has been practicing estate law in Atlanta for over 12 years. Sarah helps individuals and families throughout Atlanta and Georgia navigate through complicated estate planning procedures such as drafting wills, will planning, trusts, probate, end of life planning, and more. Sarah is passionate about supporting her clients through these difficult and emotional issues with as little stress as possible.
Sarah understands the importance of maintaining communication and ensuring that her clients values and wishes are upheld. Such a significant event to plan for is not something to take lightly, which is why it is important to use an experienced legal professional for estate planning. By reading Sarah’s book on estate planning, you can start to put things into perspective and move in the right direction towards a plan. Check out Peace of Mind through Estate Planning by Sarah Siedentopf.
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