Wills & Estates

Wills & Estates

Without a properly executed Last Will and Testament in Georgia, your final instructions may not be followed. At Pasley & Nuce, we believe what you want to happen to your property after your death is sacred. If you don’t have a Last Will and Testament, the laws of the State of Georgia (intestacy laws) determine what will happen to your property, not you. All too often a loved one simply tells someone what they want instead of executing a proper Last Will and Testament. Unfortunately, this often leads to unnecessary confusion and conflict about who is to receive what property. Having a proper Last Will and Testament is the best way to avoid confusion and conflict and let your loved ones know how you want your property divided.

Another important document to have in Georgia is an Advance Directive. An Advance Directive allows you to select a healthcare agent, indicate your desires regarding life support, and several other important considerations.

At Pasley & Nuce, LLC, we handle all types of Probate and Estate matters from Wills, to Advance Directives as well as guardianships, conservatorships and other Probate Court matters. Call today for your FREE consultation.