Video: Is Now a Good Time To Update Your Advance Directive?
Is now a good time to update your advance directive for health care? As estate planning and probate attorney Sarah Siedentopf explains, if you’ve been
What are the estate documents you need to take care of loved ones?
In times of emergency or uncertainty, it’s important to know that you can take care of and protect your family members. Whether it is a
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
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.
Georgia’s New Uniform Power of Attorney Act
Georgia’s new “Uniform Power of Attorney Act” goes into effect July 1st. The act aims to modernize the state’s Power of Attorney statute by governing the required contents of the form, when it can be used, and when third parties should accept the form.A Power of Attorney is a document in which one person grants another person the authority to act in his or her place concerning financial or business matters if the grantor is sick or otherwise incapacitated.&nb […]
Single? You Still Need An Estate Plan
Summary: Estate planning documents such as a will, power of attorney, and an advance directive for health care can be just as essential for single
What is a fiduciary and why are they essential to estate planning?
Summary: A fiduciary is a person who has a legal or ethical relationship with another person, and has agreed to provide them with the highest