Helping You Protect Your Loved Ones And Your Legacy
You may not know what the future holds for you or your loved ones; however, this uncertainty shouldn’t prevent you from making plans. You can take steps today to address issues that may arise down the road. A customized estate plan can help you protect your wishes, your loved ones and the things you value.
Our attorneys at Whelchel & Carlton, LLP, know that it can be stressful to create a strategy that allows you to secure your legacy and look after your beneficiaries. Share your concerns with us. We will work closely with you to determine the best approach for your goals. Whether you need assistance with an estate planning issue or a probate concern, we are equipped to represent you.
Our Estate Planning Services
Our attorneys have decades of experience designing estate planning documents. We have advised a diverse range of clients on their options, drawing on his substantial legal and tax background.
When you retain our attorneys, we will listen to your concerns about matters, simple or complex. We regularly assist clients struggling with challenges tied to real estate, asset and business succession plans. Using your input, we will then design a customized will or trust that meets your needs.
Skilled Advocacy Throughout Probate
Navigating probate after a loved one’s death is a time-consuming challenge to shoulder alone. Our attorneys have an intimate understanding of this process and are ready to assist you at a difficult time.
With their guidance, you can rest assured that the required paperwork will be completed correctly and submitted on time. Partnering with our team can provide peace of mind when you need it most.
Assertive Representation In Legal Disputes
Should a legal dispute arise during estate administration or probate, our trial attorneys are ready to assert your interests in or out of Georgia courtrooms. J. Hamilton Garner and Kyle T. Swann are respected litigators with an impressive record of success.
They know how to build effective strategies for clients contesting a will, defending against allegations of breach of fiduciary duty or engaging in other related issues.