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  • Is Your Will Valid?

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    In 2015, the Georgia legislature updated the requirements for executing a valid statutory Will.  Does your Will need to be reviewed?  Consider the following points for a Will to be valid in Georgia. 1.    Testamentary Capacity.   In order to have testamentary capacity, which is …

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  • Health Care Papers: What You Need When Admitted to a Hospital

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    If you have a serious or terminal illness, you must have your wishes concerning medical care and treatment known if you are unable to communicate with the medical professionals taking care of you.  Health care papers let you appoint a trusted family member or friend …

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  • Testamentary Capacity: Is It Ever Too Late To Plan Your Estate?

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    There never seems to be an opportune time to plan your estate.  It is, however, essential to protect yourself and your family.  Planning your estate must be done when you are physically and psychologically capable of making important decisions.  One essential requirement is testamentary capacity. For …

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