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A comprehensive estate plan contains your last will and testament, a power of attorney, an advanced directive, and if needed, trusts for children.


Through a will, one can distribute ones’ estate, choose his or her heirs, appoint guardianship, and give away his or her most precious belongings to anyone.


A power of attorney allows you to select a person you trust to make financial and health-related decisions on your behalf in the event of your incapacitated.  An advanced directive, a living will, is a document that states your wishes in certain health-related scenarios.


Whereas a power of attorney lets you give another person decision making power over your care and assets upon incapacitation, a living will allows you to state what you want done if you are in a coma or cannot be resuscitated.





We are available Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. EST. To arrange for a consultation please call our office at 404-734-6416 or contact us online. 

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