Woodstock Estate Planning
The Farrell Law Firm is dedicated to providing Woodstock residents with tailor-made Wills, Trusts, and Powers of Attorney. Selecting a Woodstock Estate Planning attorney could be one of the most important decisions you make. The right lawyer can mean the difference between a successful distribution of your estate and significant loss of your estate to probate lawyer fees.
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Here are a few factors to consider in hiring an experienced Woodstock estate planning attorney:
Tailor-Made Estate Plans
You, your family, and your legacy are unique. Whether you are planning for long-term care, providing for a special needs child, or preserving your children’s inheritance, find an attorney who can craft the individualized estate planning strategy you need. Don’t go to someone who also practices business law, family law, or some other branch of law while doing estate planning on the side.
Find a lawyer who never uses a cookie-cutter approach for resolving matters of probate or Medicare planning, or resorts to using a rote formula for writing up your estate plan. The estate planning attorney should tailor each estate plan to your specific goals, whether that includes ensuring you can afford a nursing home, take care of a special needs child, protect your child’s inheritance after a divorce, and more.
Referred by others
You should see what others have to say about the lawyer. You should use one that has been referred by, at least, hundreds of people. Visit the lawyer’s website and see if hundreds or thousands of others have had great things to say about the lawyer. There is no greater way to evaluate a lawyer than what others have had to say about him or her and their services.
Attorney John P. Farrell was voted as one of the top lawyers in Cobb County, Georgia, along with the law firm, The Farrell Law Firm, PC, being voted one of the top law firms in Cobb County, Georgia.
Regularly writes or speaks about estate planning
By working with an attorney who regularly writes or speaks about estate planning, you’ll see an attorney who is on top of changes in estate planning laws. As an example, I’ve written a couple of different books on estate planning. One is tailored for a Georgia audience and is titled Estate Planning for the Modern Family: A Georgian’s guide to Wills, Trusts, and Powers of Attorney. The other is similarly named and ranked as a # 1 new release on Amazon. Additionally, I routinely hold seminars to educate the public on important estate planning topics such as how to protect your home and family from the Probate Court.
Our mission is to ensure you have the knowledge, resources, and legal documentation needed to preserve and pass down your legacy. We will work one-on-one with you to tailor an estate planning strategy to you and your unique needs and in the future when you need to make updates or modifications. We are dedicated to helping you find peace of mind and take care of your loved ones.
About Woodstock, Georgia
Woodstock is a city in Northern Georgia located in Cherokee County. Nearby is the Dixie Speedway which is a 3/8 mile clay oval car racing track. The Dixie Speedway opened in 1968 and is noted to be the first track where NASCAR legend Bill Elliot started racing. In Woodstock is Olde Rope Mill Park. Old Rope Mill Park is provides mountain bike trails and trails for hiking. Other activities include fishing, canoeing, and paddle boarding. Locally, Little River is a 29.3 mile long tributary of the Etowah River that provides a trail that is easy for families with small children.
Woodstock was incorporated as a town in 1897 and derives its name from an 1826 novel by Walter Scott. Originally a stop on the Louisville & Nashville Railroad, Woodstock grew as the line transported cotton, rope, and other agricultural products.