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Top Avondale Estates Probate & Estate Administration Lawyers - Georgia

Attorney Robert E. Turner practices law in Atlanta Metro area and throughout the state of Georgia where he primarily focuses his practice on: Elder Law Estate Planning Wills, Trusts, and Probate law Probate, Trust, and Estate Litigation Buiness Planning Tax Law and Tax Controversies Robert Turner is an Elder Law Attorney from Atlanta, Georgia. Attorney Turner began his legal career by...

A Law Firm Focused on Results At Hodges Law Firm, we handle a wide range of legal issues for clients throughout the Atlanta area, including elder law, estate planning, probate, Medicaid planning and protection, asset protection, litigation, and business law and services. We are knowledgeable in the law and understand the real life implications of legal actions. If you have concerns about...

Thinking about the future may be overwhelming, but it is an important part of preserving a legacy. At The Ruffin Firm in Douglasville, Georgia, we have guided countless clients through estate planning matters, including probate, wills and long-term care decisions. The team at our law offices recognizes that the choices we make today could have a lasting impact not only on our clients, but also on...

When fathers in Marietta, Georgia, need legal assistance to legitimate their child or seek child custody privileges, they turn to the law office of G. Cleveland Payne III P.C. for focused representation. Our firm is highly skilled in resolving myriad fathers’ rights matters. No matter what kind of actions our clients wish to take or what goals they have, a majority of cases begin with the...

Regardless of where you live, if you are considering litigation to resolve a Georgia estate or trust dispute, you should contact the Atlanta law firm of Aitkens & Aitkens, P.C. Our estate and trust litigation attorneys have decades of experience representing executors, administrators, trustees, heirs, and beneficiaries in state and federal courtrooms to settle disputes with private parties, as...

Focusing on trusts, estate planning and probate administration, our attorneys at Moten & Associates proudly serve clients in the Los Angeles, California, area and throughout Orange County. We know the last thing anyone wants to do is place any further difficulty on the loved ones they will leave behind when they pass, and our team works with people to protect their inheritances and preserve...

When I founded the law firm of Charles M. Hall, P.C., my goals were to help the people of Atlanta and the surrounding areas build solid plans for the future and to protect their rights during disputes. Today, I continue to strive toward my original goal by offering a wide range of estate planning, business and real estate services to the residents of North Georgia. Thanks to my reputation as a...

Ruppenthal Law Firm, P.C. is a private practice that accepts cases throughout the state of Georgia. We are located in beautiful Fayetteville, Georgia where Bob has maintained his practice since becoming an attorney in 1994. Bob Ruppenthal has represented over 1,000 clients in his years as an attorney. He vigorously represents his clients and has had great success in litigated matters over the...

Robinson & Blazer, LLP is a small firm located in downtown Decatur, which primarily focuses on civil litigation and appeals, real estate, estate planning and probate, and small business work. We offer professional and reasoned advice, services, and representation working side by side with with individuals, families, and businesses....

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