How to Change a Will in Georgia
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How Do You Change a Will in Georgia?
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Your last will and testament is a legal document that expresses your wishes on how your estate and personal property will be managed after you pass. If, during your lifetime, you experience a major life event that affects your existing will, you may decide to modify it.
In Georgia, you can change, modify, update, or revoke your will as long as you are mentally competent. The only challenge you may face is deciding how to change your will without compromising its validity.
While there are no legal requirements to change your, the process can still require legal expertise. You may need the help of an estate planning attorney to guide you in every step and make sure your final wishes are legally binding.
What Is the Process of Changing a Georgia Will?
In Georgia, there are two main ways of making changes to a will:
Creating a new will
Using a codicil, which will amend the old will
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