Assisting You During a Stressful Time

A probate attorney can lighten the load in Fayetteville, GA

The passing of a loved one is never easy. You have to deal with a lot of emotions while making funeral arrangements and navigating probate law. Overman & Overman LLC, Attorneys at Law can help you through this time with our probate law services in Fayetteville, GA. You can turn to us for advice and assistance. We'll explain any legal jargon you're faced with and represent your best interests in court.

Are you struggling to manage your loved one's will? Ask a probate attorney in Fayetteville, GA for legal assistance.

Put your wishes in words

Put your wishes in words

While we help many clients with probate law services, we can also handle your estate planning needs. If you need help planning for the future, you can trust our law firm to be there for you. You can get our help with assigning power of attorney and writing wills and trusts.

Speak with a knowledgeable estate planning and probate attorney now. You can reach our firm by calling 770-626-5200.

PROBATE

PROBATE

We are here to answer questions you may have during this difficult time and litigate, if your case ends up in court

Following a person's death, the process the court uses to close out his or her estate is known as probate. Probate law can be complex and difficult to navigate, especially while experiencing grief over the loss of a loved one. To minimize stress and save time during this process it is very helpful to work with a probate attorney. At Overman and Overman Law, we are here to answer questions you may have during this difficult time and litigate, if your case ends up in court.

A probate case usually develops because there is a legal dispute regarding the will of the deceased. Family members may fight over various assets, accounts, guardianship of children or pets, or property. This often occurs when a will was either not created before the person's death or it is somehow invalid. Regardless of the estate dispute, we will work with you closely to establish your case and settle the matter as quickly and efficiently as possible. We can also work with clients who need to create a will or living trust, in order to prevent the probate process following their death.

The last thing you should worry about after losing a loved one is how their property is going to be divided. Contact us at Overman and Overman Law to schedule your consultation and let us help you get the peace of mind you deserve. We assist Coweta, Henry, Fayette, Clayton, Spalding, and Fulton counties with our probate law services.

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