In addition to a will, many people also establish a trust, which allows you to not only allocate your assets, but determine when family members or friends will receive them. This is especially important if you have young children who will be acquiring large sums of money or property. To ensure that your trust is sound, it is important to work with an experienced estate planning attorney.
Here at Overman and Overman Law in Georgia, we have years of experience helping clients establish living trusts and wills in the counties of Coweta, Henry, Fayette, Clayton, Spalding, and Fulton. We will look at your situation to determine who should act as trustee of your assets after you are gone, and establish a reasonable timeline for your heirs to receive their assets. We will also go over the detailed instructions you leave in your trust, to make sure that your wishes are clear and everything is carried out according to your terms.
Establishing a trust is a valuable part of your estate planning, because it allows you to have complete control over how and when your assets are divided, following your passing. To ensure that your trust is completely accurate, contact Overman and Overman Law to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys.