Elder Care

Executors have a central and pivotal role in the execution of a will in the state of Georgia. The distribution of someone’s estate is critical to honoring their wishes and maintaining harmony in a family. Fortunately, counsel from Goldberg & Associates is available to those seeking help in order to help properly facilitate the execution of a will and distribution

Creating a valid will in the state of Georgia has a long and complicated process that involves a number of steps and requirements. Failure to meet these requirements results in an invalid will that could leave someone’s money left hanging in the air. To learn more about how to create a valid will and enlist the help of a Georgia

Taxes are among the most elusive concepts to plague those living in the 21st century. The differences between all of the varying types of taxes, including estate and inheritance tax, can mean the difference of tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars for those in particular situations. Fortunately, getting the most accurate and relevant information on your taxes has never

The writing of wills is an oftentimes (understandably) confusing situation as those who are tasked to do so have little to no direction on how to. Wrap this into the actual content of the wills themselves that deal with large quantities of money and high-value assets, and the whole ordeal becomes a convoluted mess. Learn more about the specifics of

There’s an old saying in estate planning – “plan for the worst, hope for the best, everything else is wishful thinking”. Parents of minor children under the age of 18 have to plan for the unthinkable – what if both parents are killed in a car wreck?It’s important to understand a will has to be probated. Probate is a lawsuit

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Schedule a Meeting With a Medicaid Lawyer
One of the biggest traps most elderly individuals fall into is thinking that they are not eligible for Medicaid because they are not poor enough. Most of the time, this is simply not true! As long as you can meet some requirements, you may be eligible for Medicaid.

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Discuss Your Elder Law Options With an Attorney
It’s not a pleasant matter, but estate planning is something that has to be taken care of before you actually need to take care of it. While planning for the future in case something bad happens to you can seem overwhelming at first, it