Probate Litigation in Georgia
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Understanding Georgia probate law is crucial, especially if you’re a beneficiary or a designated personal representative. Probate can lead to litigation, which can then cause emotional and financial distress to the heirs and beneficiaries of the decedent. Probate litigation in Georgia can be lengthy and complex, especially if family members or interested parties contest certain decisions.
This piece answers your questions about probate litigation and how to avoid future disputes. Do you have more specific questions about estate litigation and probate in Georgia? A skilled probate lawyer in Atlanta at Perigon Legal Services can provide personalized guidance and help you avoid mistakes, disputes, and unnecessary costs.
Understanding Probate Litigation in Georgia
What Is Probate Litigation?
Probate is the legal process of settling the estate of the person who has passed. Generally, it involves the following:
- Identification of the decedent’s assets
- Payment of taxes and debts
- Distribution of the remaining assets to the heirs or beneficiaries.
Probate litigation happens when an interested party files a lawsuit in probate court against a beneficiary, executor, or another third party. Typically, the lawsuit pertains to legal issues during the process of probate, especially regarding the administration of the individual’s estate. In such circumstances, hiring a probate litigation attorney can make a difference in settling legal disputes early on.
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