Probate can be overwhelming. You are faced with thinking about and dealing with a part of life that can be very complex and full of grief. By retaining an experienced lawyer to help you or a loved one navigate this process, you are taking major strides in lifting your own burdens.
Choose A Knowledgeable Floyd County Guardianship Lawyer
At our law firm, Keith J. Williams, P.C., our attorney understands the complexity and sensitivity of this area of law. Drawing on more than 20 years of experience, Mr. Williams is experienced in professionally and compassionately helping his clients work through the probate process.
The probate process determines how assets will be transferred and how debt will be resolved. Mr. Williams becomes the main point of contact in this process so you will no longer be overwhelmed by calls from banks, creditors and other interested parties. Our goal is to make claims according to what the law provides while properly distributing property.
Choosing A Guardian and A Conservator: Protect Your Assets And Your Health
With the advancement of medicine, we are seeing life spans increase. While people may be living longer, they are also experiencing more challenges in retaining mental faculties. If you are worried that you may reach that point, it is essential that you name a guardian and a conservator.
A guardian will look after you and help ensure that your medical care wishes are honored if you cannot make them known yourself. A conservator looks after your finances. It is common for one person to serve both roles, both of which are very important in preventing identity theft and making important decisions if you lack the mental capacity to do so.
At our firm, Mr. Williams is dedicated to assigning these roles to individuals whom you trust, while ensuring that the documents are clear and thorough. Allow us to help you plan for a future that makes you feel safe and secure.
Contact Keith J. Williams, P.C., For More Information
To speak with our Rome, Georgia, probate lawyer, call 706-291-0313 or complete an online contact form for more information. Our office is located near the Floyd County Library and we are open 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m. weekdays. If you seek a meeting outside of these hours, we are available by appointment.