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What People Are Saying
"Mr. Black took an extraordinary amount of time and preparation with my husband and myself to prepare our Last Will and Testament, Power of Attorney, and Advance Directive. I compared prices for the same services and feel that I was given a very fair fee for the work that was done for us. I would highly recommend Paul Black."
"After talking with Paul, I knew exactly what I needed to do. He has been with me the whole way from getting her diagnosed with dementia, to helping with all of the legal paperwork and consolidating the finances (after having to find all of them first!) and getting her moved into an assisted living home where she is getting topnotch care. If you need a responsive and caring lawyer, hire Paul!!"
"Paul does an excellent job of making a connection with his clients. He becomes invested in meeting the needs of his clients. He is helpful, friendly and has lots of knowledge about trusts, wills, etc. It is easy to get in touch with Paul and he makes a point of staying in touch with you. Great experience all the way around."
Dekalb County Probate Court
This page gives you an overview of the Dekalb County Probate Court, including its location, the kinds of cases it deals with, and information on the Georgia probate process, including forms you may need.
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Conservatorship Georgia & Guardianship
The process to become a conservator or guardian is a complex, and no one in Georgia should go through it alone. This short guide can help you get moving on the process.
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Georgia Probate Court
Many people are financially unprepared for the loss of a loved one. That is one reason probate court is necessary. In general, Georgia Probate Court is designed to ensure the equitable distribution of property when someone, known as a decedent, dies.
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10 Reasons to Create An Estate Plan Now
Many people think that estate plans are for someone else, but not them. Yet as the following list makes clear, estate planning is for everyone, regardless of age or net worth.
Learn More: Estate Plan in Georgia