August is National Make-A-Will Month, so we feel compelled to give you another friendly reminder to take time to take care of your estate plan. Let’s face it, death is not a fun or easy topic to talk about. It is one of those things that many of us try to push to the back…Read More
What better way to show your love and celebrate Valentine’s Day than to create your estate plan to make things easier on your loved ones? In last week’s blog we shared some theories as to why people put off this important task. However, even with our society’s fear of discussions on incapacity and death, these…Read More
Lose the weight, exercise more…typical New Year’s resolutions. In 2023, why not make a resolution that’s simple to keep? Create a proper estate plan for you and your loved ones. Hurley Elder Care Law can assist you in making a customized estate plan that meets your family’s needs. Don’t Procrastinate! Although estate planning may be…Read More
Did you know that August is “National Make a Will Month”? This may not be widely known but we are fully onboard with the intent of this recognition. This is the perfect time to be reminded of the importance of creating or updating your will. Don’t delay creating your will. Why You Shouldn’t Delay Creating…Read More
Have you heard of petitioning the Georgia probate courts for “Year’s Support”? Not many people are aware of this procedure to administer an estate or probate a Will. A year’s support award is a permanent award of property from a decedent’s estate to the decedent’s surviving spouse, surviving minor children, or both. It comes from a…Read More
Last week we likely surprised you and made you do a double take by stating that divorce rates have doubled since 1990 for adults over 50. This trend, called Gray Divorce, has caused Hurley Elder Care Law to take time to look at our own practice and make sure we educate our clients on the…Read More
Last week we all agreed that death is not a fun or easy topic to think about much less take the time to plan for in advance. We also discussed what probate is and shared some advice on how to go through the probate steps. What we didn’t have time to discuss is what situations…Read More
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