Category: Advance Directive
Guardianship for our Parents
Summary: If a parent’s mental health has deteriorated to the extent that they are constantly confused, making irrational decisions, cannot take care of themselves, or
Basics of Estate Planning (Part 1)
Summary: In Siedentopf Law’s newest video series, estate planning and probate attorney discusses the basics of estate planning. Today, we’re focusing on what you will
Estate Planning Documents For Your High School Graduate
Summary: To ensure that parents can continue protecting their children from a financial and legal standpoint, it is a good idea for the new graduates
Protecting Your Spouse With An Estate Plan
Summary: Careful estate planning can help provide financial security for surviving spouses. In Siedentopf Law’s latest blog, we discuss some planning Items to consider, such
Estate Planning: Understanding Key Terms and Concepts, Part One
Having an estate plan means making provisions for your friends, loved ones, and yourself, should you become disabled or upon your death. It is an
Estate Planning for Longer Lifespans
Summary: As we put plans in place to maintain our quality of life as we age, we should also be making plans to protect our loved
What do you need other than a will?
Siedentopf Law discusses what estate planning documents you need, in addition to a will. Hi, I’m estate planning and probate attorney Sarah Siedentopf. What do you need
Don’t Let Estate Planning Scare You This Halloween
Summary: Estate planning is not something to be scared of. Having a plan in place gives you the peace of mind that your assets are
Estate Planning for Millennials
Millennials may not see the need for estate planning just yet. But as Siedentopf Law explains, having documents in place that protect yourself and your
How Can Pumpkin Spice Lattes Help You With Basic Estate Planning?
Summary: A seasonal treat can help you get into the mindset to tackle your seasonal To-Do list. So grab a pumpkin spice latte and work
Video: How Do You Use An Advance Directive For Health Care?
You’ve filled out your Advance Directive for Health Care. Now, how do you use it? Georgia estate planning and probate attorney Sarah Siedentopf walks you
Going to College? Two Essential Estate Planning Documents for Young Adults
Summary: Before college students head back to campus, they may want to consider signing an advance directive for health care and financial power of attorney.