[Estate Planning & Asset Protection]
Estate Planning is the process whereby a person creates legal documents that outline the disposition of personal and real property upon death.
The most common legal tools used are the Last Will and Testament and a Living Trust. The documents that are necessary depend upon your specific situation.
Estate planning is particularly important for people who have minor children, older adults who have a spouse with disabilities or an adult child with special needs, or nontraditional families or couples.
The Elder & Disability Law Firm of Victoria L. Collier, PC drafts estate plans for adults of all ages.
To explore which estate planning documents you may need, call our office at 404-370-0696 to reserve a seat at one of our Essentials Elder & Estate Planning educational seminars.
Additionally, we offer a free 15 minute telephone assessment for people who have attended our educational seminars.
Estate Administration is the legal process to distribute property upon death.
Although an attorney is not necessary for all estate administration situations, a consultation with an attorney may be helpful to determine if estate administration is necessary and to explain how to smoothly go through the process. The Elder & Disability Law Firm of Victoria L. Collier, PC does not generally assist with estate administration; however, we have a network of attorneys we can refer you to for this purpose.
If you have an interest in avoiding probate, we invite you to attend one of Essentials Elder & Estate Planning educational seminars.
We offer a free 15 minute telephone assessment for people who have attended our educational seminars. Call 404-370-0696 to reserve your seat.