How to Avoid Probate in Georgia
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How Do You Avoid Probate in Georgia?
If you want to learn how to avoid probate in Georgia, Perigon Legal Services can be of service to you. Call us today for more information.
Going through the probate court process usually takes a lot of energy, time, and money. We understand why you’d like to avoid it. All families deserve to grieve the loss of their loved one in peace and away from courtrooms.
The right estate planning can help protect your family from the cumbersome probate process and protect their assets. Common estate planning instruments that make this possible include setting up trusts and joint ownership accounts.
Do you want to avoid probate in Georgia, but you aren’t sure where to start? Perigon Legal Services has your back! It’s never too early to set an estate plan, and our experienced and diligent estate planning attorneys can help.
What Can You Do to Avoid Probate in Georgia?
In probate proceedings, beneficiaries will not be able to access the deceased person’s assets for months or years until the estate is settled. Fortunately, Georgia probate law allows you to avoid probate in the following ways:
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