John P. Farrell featured in U.S. News & World Report

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Recently, I had the opportunity to discuss making a Will with Rachel Hartman, a contributor for U.S. News & World Report.  She was writing an article about Wills and the

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5 Great Estate Planning New Year’s Resolutions

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            Happy 2019 !!  It is not uncommon for people to set Resolutions for the New Year and they especially set them in the area of estate planning.  Now that

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Does a Will have to be Probated in Georgia?

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This is a question I get all the time when I’m talking to people outside of the office about what I do.  Typically, when people are in the office, they

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5 Celebrities with Amazing Estate Planning Mistakes and 2 that Got it Right

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Many people make estate planning mistakes and celebrities are no exception.  Take Aretha Franklin, for example, who recently passed away without having a Last Will and Testament.  Often times, these

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Estate Planning Beacon

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    More and more these days, people are turning to mobile phones over their desktop computers to learn about a business, get directions, read reviews, scan a map, and

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Drop off Toys for Tots at Farrell Law

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The holidays are almost here, and with all of the hustle and bustle, it’s good to know there’s an easy way to help the underprivileged kids out there who are

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Now licensed to practice law in Texas !

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As many of you know, John is licensed to practice law in Georgia and Tennessee.  Over the years, he has had a number of clients from Texas who had mineral,

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7 Tips When Deciding Who To Work With on your Estate Plan

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You have a lot of options on who to work with on your estate planning.  Whether you want to create a Last Will and Testament, something a little more sophisticated

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Estate Planning for Military Families

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Estate Planning for Military Families   With Veteran’s Day right around the corner, it is important to honor those that have served our country. This time is also a good

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3 Simple Ways to Avoid Probate Costs

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3 Simple Ways to Avoid Probate Costs The bad news: probated estates are subject to a variety of costs from attorneys, executors, appraisers, accountants, courts, and state law. Depending on

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