4 Estate Planning Tips for the Small Business Owner

Putting together an estate plan is something that is easy to push off to another day. No one wants to think about their own death, and unless someone is facing… Read More

5 Ways to Contest a Will or Trust

The perfect situation in administering an estate involves a relative coming forward with the will of the deceased, entering it in probate court and everything goes according to the wishes… Read More

5 Estate Planning Tips for Newlyweds

After becoming newlyweds, a couple is no longer just two individuals but rather a family. They want to look out for their family, right? That means a lot more than… Read More

7 Duties Of An Estate Plan Executor

One of the most important decisions an individual has to make when creating your estate plan is deciding who will be the estate’s executor, also known as a personal representative… Read More

2 Critical Reasons To Have A Living Will

Estate planning involves much more than a Trust or Last Will and Testament. Several other documents need to be prepared to fully ensure your estate planning needs are covered. These… Read More

Can I Write My Own Will?

Everyone is looking for ways to save a little money, even when it comes to creating an estate plan. The rise of DIY legal sites has led many people to… Read More

How To Distribute Personal Effects In An Estate Plan

In most wills, the decision-making on what happens to the deceased’s personal effects is left to the personal representative. Depending on who is appointed, it may not be necessary to… Read More

Planning An Estate With A Special Needs Child In Mind

Estate planning is important regardless of an individual’s circumstances. However, it is even more important when someone has a special needs child. Whether the child is a minor or an… Read More

Why Everyone Needs an Estate Plan

One may assume that only people who are married, have children or who are advanced in age need an estate plan, but that could not be any further from the… Read More

Why You Must Modify An Estate Plan Post-Divorce

An estate plan is not something that is written and never reviewed again. A will is a living, breathing document. Life does not stop simply because someone has signed on… Read More

Atlanta, GA Estate Planning Attorney, Brian M. Douglas, assists clients in all areas of life & wealth planning. Services provided include estate planning, trusts and estates, planning wills and trusts, power of attorney, probate and trust administration, small business law, corporate law, real estate transactions and law, long-term care and Medicaid, veterans benefits, charitable planning, special needs and disability planning, estate tax planning, business succession planning, Medicaid crisis planning, and asset protection. Brian M. Douglas serves all of Atlanta, Georgia, along with Cobb County, Cherokee County, Fulton County, Forsyth County, Dekalb County, Gwinnett County, and Douglas County.