Last Will and Testament Services in Marietta, GA

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Last Will and 
Testament Services

Not everyone needs a complex estate plan, but everyone should have a Last Will and Testament. Regardless of who you are, whether you are young or old, rich or poor, everyone can benefit from having a Last Will and Testament. Our services at Farrell Law will guide you on how to clearly define how your assets should be distributed after your death. We will create a legally sound document that addresses the care of your dependents and the management of your estate. A Last Will and Testament can protect your legacy and provide assurance to your loved ones.

Georgia Estate and Trust Planning Guides

Note: If you want to brush up on the basics of Georgia estate planning (Trusts vs Wills, Probate, Power of Attorney, Revocable Trusts, Irrevocable Trusts, Inter Vivos Trusts, Terms of the Trust, and Advanced Healthcare Directives) take a look at these free ebooks.

Essentials of a Will


When it comes to creating a will, there are certain essentials that need to be considered.

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An Executor

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Identify Beneficiaries

Family

Guardianship Designation 

Asset

Identify Assets

Protect Your Legacy

Without a will, state laws will dictate the distribution of your assets to your heirs. The Farrell Law Firm has authored the definitive guide on estate planning with a Last Will and Testament in Georgia.

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What a Will Can Allow You to Do

If you have minor children in Georgia, preparing a Last Will and Testament is one of the most important things you can do. Without a Last Will and Testament, a Probate Judge will decide who raises your children if something were to happen to you.

Name a Guardian for your minor children

Have someone of your choosing handle your Estate

Prevent confusion and disputes amongst your family

Pass on your assets and properties to the people you want, rather than having a Court decide

What Is the Difference Between 
a Will & a Trust?

Wills

Wills differ from a trust in a few ways. A will only goes into effect when the person who makes the will dies and it is formally recognized by the court.

Trusts

A revocable living trust goes into effect at the time it is signed. Should the person who established the trust be unable to manage the assets at any time, the successor trustee will take over that responsibility.

Best of Cobb

The Farrell Law Firm, PC earned accolades from Cobb Life Magazine as a top-tier law firm, with Attorney John P. Farrell being celebrated as one of the top three lawyers in Cobb County, Georgia, for the past two consecutive years.

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Learn How to Protect Your Future

Having a trustworthy and detailed lawyer can make a difference in how well your wishes are implemented. 

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At The Farrell Law Firm, our estate planning attorney provides clients in both Georgia, Tennessee and Texas with high-quality estate planning guidance and representation.

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The Best Will Services in Marietta

When it comes to a Last Will and Testament, The Farrell Law Firm wrote the book on how to plan your estate in Marietta, Georgia.

At the Farrell Law Firm, PC, we represent Georgia residents in Marietta, Kennesaw, Acworth, Atlanta, Smyrna, Vinings, Mableton, Austell, Powder Springs, Clarkdale, Ball Ground, Canton, Holly Springs, Lebanon, Cartersville, Calhoun, Waleska, Woodstock, Alpharetta, Fairburn, Palmetto, Red Oak, Roswell, Dallas, Hiram, Dunwoody, Lawrenceville, Norcross, Cumming, Cobb County, Cherokee County, Bartow County, Fulton County, Douglas County, Gwinnett County, and Paulding County.