GA Probate Process
The probate system in Georgia is the legal procedure that occurs after someone dies. In the event of a loss, the state will review the case to determine the validity of the will, have the property appropriately appraised, pay all debts and taxes owed by the deceased and redistribute the assets to the benefactors. The Georgia probate process can be complicated, especially in cases that involve large amounts of property or other assets.
The probate process involves a number of different factors including immediate and extended family. And if the decedent was involved in charity work and has allotted a portion of the estate to a specific charity, the estate execution becomes more detailed. The bottom line is that the more people and associations involved, the more difficult the probate process becomes making it all the more essential to hire a probate attorney to protect your family’s rights.
The estate of a decedent has to be administered properly otherwise the legal repercussions could be large enough to compromise your inheritance. Hiring a knowledgeable, dedicated probate attorney is the best method to ensure a fair and timely case.
The Doss & Associates law, is here to provide the best legal representation possible to assist you during the difficult and complicated time that comes with the passing of a loved one. Contact us today for a consultation. (706) 632-2083