Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Asset Protection, Advance Directive for Health Care, and Probate Attorneys Serving The Atlanta Metro Area With Offices in Fayetteville and Stockbridge, Georgia
Estate Planning Attorney providing probate and trust administration services in the Atlanta metro areas including Fayetteville and Stockbridge, GA.
Assisting Clients with Estate Planning Strategies for Their Futures
Pyke & Associates, P.C. is the Atlanta, GA resource for Estate Planning information. Our estate planning attorneys can help customize an Estate Plan that is right for you. Estate Planning is essential to achieving your financial goals, and can also preserve your assets so that you are able to pass it on to your loved ones. Our experienced estate planning lawyers are dedicated to ensuring that the estate planning needs of the residents of Stockbridge, GA and Fayetteville, GA are met with professionalism and personal care. Find out what Estate Plan is right for you.
Through the use of Living Trusts, Wills (simple & complex), Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, Irrevocable Trusts, Family Limited Partnerships, and Charitable Gifting Strategies, our firm helps families preserve their wealth for future generations, minimize estate taxes, and avoid the expense and nightmare of probate.
Wills are important estate planning documents. Your Will is used in Probate court to communicate how you want your properties distributed after your death. A Will is useful in Probate court because it can make the process of Probate much faster, minimizing court and legal fees. Without a valid Will, you can extend the time your family spends in Probate for months, and even years, meaning it could take that long for anyone to inherit anything. The time to start planning for the future is now, and a Will can help you plan for the continued care of your loved ones, even when you are no longer around.
Proper estate planning is essential to your family’s financial well-being. Most people in Atlanta, GA already know how important it is to have a current and valid will; however, a living trust can be equally important for estate planning. Living Trusts are can also communicate how you want your wealth distributed as well as help preserve more your wealth by minimizing estate taxes and avoiding Probate. Our estate planning attorneys can assist you with drafting and funding your Living Trust. With a Living Trust, you can stay in control over your estate in your lifetime and after.
In addition to creating your Estate Planning documents Pyke & Associates, P.C. in Stockbridge GA also provides Estate Planning Administration services such as Probate and Trust Administration.
Our Fayetteville, GA and Stockbridge, GA Probate Lawyers can assist you with the Probate process. Probate is the process of distributing the deceased’s assets in court. Assets that were not funded into a Trust prior to the death of a person are subject to Probate. The probate process can be very time consuming and stressful. Our Probate attorneys are essential for times when there is a dispute over property. Hiring a professional estate planning and probate attorney is highly recommended, and could potentially save you money in the long run. Probate doesn’t have to be a problem. Find out how we can help you from start to finish.
Eliminate the time and stress involved with Trust Administration by recruiting the help of an Estate Planning and Trust Administration attorney. Our Trust Administration Attorneys at our Fayetteville, GA and Stockbridge, GA law offices can provide you with a complete range of trust administration services. As a trustee, your duties in Trust Administration can vary depending on the complexity of the Trust. Talk to one of our Estate Planning attorneys for a consultation on your Trust.
The estate planning, probate and trust administration attorneys in Stockbridge, GA and Fayetteville, GA can handle all of your estate planning needs. Your family’s financial safety depends on proper estate planning. Without estate planning, your loved ones could lose everything. Estate planning, correct probate of your will and appropriate trust administration can help to make life easier on your heirs.