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Plan for the future & create peace of mind.

For many of us, making decisions about the future, including planning what should happen to your assets when you are no longer here, or what you’d like to happen if you were no longer able to make critical decisions about your personal care or your finances, can be uncomfortable, overwhelming, and stressful.

But it doesn’t have to be.

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.

Turn Your Estate Planning Goals Into Reality.

Who We Are

When you turn to us for help, our first priority is to gain a detailed and thorough understanding of your goals and needs. Only after listening carefully, will we offer you a selection of possible options. We then help you explore the benefits, costs, and risks of each option.

At Siedentopf Law, we take our job seriously and our team is here to guide you and your family with setting up Trusts, understanding the HIPAA Authorization procedure, implementing an Advance Directive for Health Care, establishing Power of Attorney, designating Guardianshipgoing through Probate, taking care of digital assets, drafting Wills, and more.

Arrange a Consultation With Our Attorney

Atlanta estate planning firm Siedentopf Law helps individuals and families throughout the Atlanta and Brookhaven areas. We also provide assistance for the probate process in Cobb County, DeKalb County, Fulton County, Gwinnett County, and many other counties in metro Atlanta. We can also work with estate executors and administrators by phone or video conference if they are out of state or far away.

Your family is far too important for you to not plan ahead

Gain peace of mind for both yourself and your loved ones

Make sure your assets are well managed by entrusting them to a loved one

Make sure important decisions are handled as you see fit should you find yourself incapacitated in any way

As your Atlanta Estate Lawyer, we take a collaborative and holistic approach to examining your goals and presenting estate planning options that best fit your needs.

We know that everyone’s situation is unique, so we never take a one-size-fits-all approach.

It’s never too early to protect your future. Work with a Top Atlanta Estate Planning Attorney To Know Your Options

Having an estate plan in place provides protection. We will ensure that you have all the tools you need to in order to create a solid estate plan. From planning for the succession of your assets to advance planning for incapacity at any age, Siedentopf Law has the right Atlanta Estate Planning Attorney for you.

Are you a business owner? Or are you simply looking for investment properties? We can assist you with the creation and maintenance of LLCs, trusts, and family partnerships to meet your goals. We can also help you set up philanthropic trusts if leaving a lasting legacy in your community is one of your objectives.

Siedentopf Law can include planning for your pet’s care and maintenance through wills and trusts. So, even if you don’t have human children, your fur babies will still be taken care of.

Arrange a Consultation With Our Estate Planning Attorney

Atlanta estate planning firm Siedentopf Law helps individuals and families throughout the Atlanta and Brookhaven areas. We also provide assistance for the probate process in Cobb County, DeKalb County, Fulton County, Gwinnett County, and many other counties in metro Atlanta. We can also work with estate executors and administrators by phone or video conference if they are out of state or far away.


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